The Vancouver Province is doing an interesting series on racism in the community, This article I linked asked the question about what would you do if you saw racism in public. Would you do something about it? Or, would you turn the other way?
I liked the question, however, I thought it would be interesting to expand this a little bit. Racism is one of many issues that can be publicly confronted. Here are some other examples I thought of.
-A person who yells at a cashier or a server while you are in line.
-A parent who yells at their child at the store.
-People swearing in public in front of children or a senior.
There are others that you might have thought of as well. The question is would you confront someone you don’t know that was behaving inappropriately? And is your response the right response?