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This Writer’s social media feed has been inundated with two video clips addressing racism and sectarianism. But are they helping – or making matters worse?

Judge for yourself. Here’s the first:

The second, a satirical response to anti-Muslim sentiment in the United States, has already been criticised under the pretext that it belittles white people. Isn’t it the point that some white people are too quick to pass judgement on others, without waiting for accurate information, though? Here’s the clip:

CAFE Presents… The Muslim Morning After Kit!

BREAKING: We developed this life-saving kit to finally put the alt-right in its place. (Starring Bassem Youssef for CAFE)

Posted by CAFE on Thursday, August 17, 2017

What do you think? And, in the wake of Charlottesville and the continuing efforts of ISIS, how would YOU fight prejudice?


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