Racism and tribalism have long existed in the history of mankind. Other people take it to be fun not knowing it affects a fraction of society in any given setting and others take it to be mockery of sorts. For example, some Ugandans are insensitive of other tribes calling and branding them with all forms absurdities.
Therefore, if not well handled, tribal and racial differences can either build up or tear down communities and neighbourhoods.
Different reports that have been written suggesting that racism and tribalism are not an innate characteristic that are learned as people grow older. Case in point, some people believe that seeing a certain race say a black face, it triggers a stronger response in the amygdala (part of the brain that controls emotional response and threat detection). Continue reading Racism and tribalism; mockery or inspired?