"Racism is a human problem and a crime that is absolutely so ghastly that a person who is fighting against racism is well within his rights to fight against it by any means necessary until it is eliminated" (Malcolm X, American civil rights activist, speech). Racism is a human problem, one that we think we cannot control, but in reality we can control it but only to a certain extent. Although you may not look at yourself as being raciest, you probably judge someone because of past experiences, and or you hold it against them. We need to fight against racism, not fight with it, there are too many people getting picked on, harassed, killed, sent to jail, and whatever else the case may be due to racist people, which is absolutely not fair. Therefore we should come together as one nation, no matter the color of your skin, or your hair. We need to come together, and overcome the power of raciest people. Racism to me is discriminating against a certain race of people, or culture, because of one thing, that happened, and made you judge every person of that race the same way. There are four main types of racism; spatial economics, institutional, internalized, and individual racism. Although these four types may differ, they all have one thing in common, and that is, the judging of something, weather being a person, place, or thing, with out knowing about it, or the person, so therefore your being raciest. Spatial racism is basically white people pushing away all other races out of their neighborhoods, and where they live at. Institutional racism is when people consciously assume that white people are better than other races. Internalized racism is paying less attention to other races, besides the Caucasian race, and educated them in certain institutions. Individual racism represents itself quickly when young people grow up with a sense of white racial superiority. When one discriminates against a certain race or people, or culture, because of one thing or another, he or she can be called racist.