Now, that I'm older and actively interested in politics and global issues I realize how alone I am in the fact that I'm completely lacking the passion for the lingering intensity of the the issue of separation based race, creed, or religion. I never heard my parents say one racial slur if anything my parents spoke out to make sure that I wasn't racist. I really wasn't aware of how much hate people have stored up inside against another people. Educated people too, I feel like the higher level of education you reach the more ridiculous racism becomes, but even some of those with education on a much higher level then mine still hold these grudges. Btw, I'm white, if you were wondering and if it makes a difference. What I'm wondering is anyone else raised like I was? Free of prejudice and passing judgement on people for actions and words instead of stereotypes?