It first surprised me to know that students in Japan are not aware of racism and discrimination in their own country. but I came to realised that they were most probably influenced by the older generation when they were young. such discrimination to people with different races and origins such as Koreans, Okinawans and burakumins are quite severe and for most students to not realise it must mean that they were mostly likely raised in a way that they were being taught to discriminate people for their origins naturally. this situation certainly needs to be changed as the discrimination will only get from ad to worse as time passes if nothing is done to stop this "natural discrimination".
It really breaks my heart to see an innocent girl being bullied to such an extend that her character, education and health gets affected so badly just because her race was different from the rest. while most think that words cannot hurt a person, in actual fact, one gets emotionally affected the most by hurtful comments from other people. Although she moved to a new environment to start anew, Khadeja will still be traumatised by the bullying case for her whole life. Even with organisations trying to help victims of bullying cases caused by racism, the situation will only get better if people accepts one another for their races and live together in harmony.
It is really disappointing to know that teenagers are being bullied in schools because of their race and religion. No one could choose what race they want to be when they were born, but people still discriminate people for their races, causing the victims to feel hurt and lose confidence in their origins. as teenagers, they probably did not think much before making racist comments towards friends who were different from the others, but as time goes by, the victim will feel horrible to be teased and insulted for their own race and religion. but what is worse is that the teachers, knowing that some of their students are being criticised and bullied for their race and religion, will do nothing to help the students in need and stop the bullying but instead make up some excuses to avoid getting themselves trouble. these actions were perhaps the very reason why the bullying cases increased. knowing that the teachers do not care, teenage students continue to think that it is alright to call their friends names and judge them for their races without getting to know them better.
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