(I just happen to have spent all of my childhood in Asia and local schools were cheaper) I'm not saying racism is merely a number's game or anything, it just so happens that people seem to find it easier to act in a racist way when they are in large groups - but in my case only the teachers were being difficult, all of the students my age had no problem with the way I looked. But please could you answer my question - do you think that younger generations are going to improve?
I don’t see what you being in a school of POC has to do with younger generations improving upon their racism, but I will say that it depends.
We know that racism has to be taught by socialization. So as long as older generations are around an in control of the media, jobs, politics the younger generation is getting inundated with these messages of white supremacy. And they will pass it on to their children, even their subconscious discriminations are identifiable by young children.
I will say that the topic of racism is being discussed a lot more than it was say, 10 or 15 or 20 years ago, so that’s a positive.
In summary though, younger generations will improve, but only slightly.