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I remember just starting secondary school (age 11) and quickly falling into a group of friends who were primarily European, all of which shared my uneducated views.Like I said, I was poor and so were they, and so we put the blame onto anyone we could. For the next couple years I was constantly in trouble for fighting and making trouble with other kids, and they were almost always black. At 15 one of my friends was stabbed by a gang member, and I just felt angry and let down, blaming other minorities more than ever.Sorry for the length, just thought someone might like reading it, there's much better stories at the top though. Imagine how your outlook would be different if you hadn't been forced to sit next to Tristan.It helps me understand racist people like your old friends who didn't have the "awakening" you did. Try not to be too hard on the EE people you left behind; they came from the same experiences you did.
I think that's when the last bit of bigotry left me. Now I'm very anti racist and try challenge wherever I go Pretty close to my story except im from deepest darkest Cornwall and instead of a taxi driver I met my indian girlfriend.I'm in my second year at university, and I'm still trying to kill any pre-judgement of people that hangs over from how I used to think.If anything, the people I prejudge most are Eastern European. You weren't in any organized racist group; you clung to your old beliefs and surrounded yourself with like-minded and like-skinned people until you were forced not to.I had to break up with a girl simply because her father didn't want me to date her because I was black.Mother was fine with it, her siblings were fine with it.
Its pretty strange when you end up feeling racist just because you dont know any one from other races though.