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@Hij if a child of a vicious racist only sees black people being called nigga/coon/ generally inferior and he grows up thinking this and his community are in a similar mindset does that excuse him or them? If he then goes to another city, with a totally different opinion of black people (they are integrated into the community), still with this same attitude towards them and acts as such should he not be stopped? I'm playing the devils advocate but not even 100 years ago the general position, cultural at that, when it came to black people, was that they were inferior. If it weren't for some people thinking otherwise and them fighting for equality the corrections that needed to be made that centred on the respect that should be given to other races may not have come. This includes references to and about black people and general interaction which all, fundamentally, comes from said respect.