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Think of your observations of a particular cultural or natural, or social environment (or any element of interest within one or a combination of these environments). Think about your thoughts, feelings/emotions, experiences, memories, and/or interests. Think of a problem that you or others face that is often taken for granted. The inspiration can even come from a story, diary or a letter, newspaper report, image, a radio show, a short play or show, a debate, or even a speech. Think of the main CQC as a business problem that is answered creatively and analytically. The main theme around has to be also novel and useful. Think of 'What?', 'How?', 'Where?', 'Why?' and 'When? relating to your CQCs.

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What the government should do to stop racism?
Breaking institutional injustice necessitates the repeal of legislation that systematically and
adversely impact those races. It's not enough to recognize that a statute is racist in nature or effect;
it must be reversed (Shakour & Hillyer, 2020). There are many cases of institutional oppression in
the world. Systemic inequality can be seen in hospitals, finance, and education in the United States.
Apartheid in South Africa (1948-1994) maintained that whites were culturally, socially, and
economically dominant, while black Africans were the most disenfranchised. China's colleges
have a legacy of institutionalized bigotry toward Black students. Both African nationals were
subjected to stringent monitoring and compulsory quarantines by the central Guangzhou
government in 2020 in response to Covid-19.
How to sensitize people to stop and avoid racism
People should not take the abuse- All, regardless of ethnicity or race, has the right to a
peaceful and discrimination-free life. If you believe somebody is being racist against you, Child
line will provide you with advice about what you can do (Morin, 2020). The most important thing
is to take a step back, stay safe, and speak with someone you can trust. You don't have to react or
retaliate. If you think you have been discriminated against unfairly, such as at work or by a
company, Citizens Advice will help you recognize your rights. The most critical thing is your wellbeing if anyone is being biased against you. If you're feeling insecure, surround yourself with
someone you can trust.
Where would I do the sensitization?

Social media- social media and other platforms can help people become more open-minded
and unveil racism. Previously, organizations such as the United Nations (UN) were the only means
of promoting social unity among the masses, but with the advent of websites such as Twitter and
Facebook, more and more ordinary people have been able to reach out to their peers with messages
of inclusion (Chatterjee, 2020). People have begun to s...

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