This paper explores the nature and reasons of racial prejudices. Despite the existence of laws that govern against racial discrimination, the vice has remained prevalent in organizations of employment and education among other areas especially in the American states and other parts of the world. More often, racial discrimination is an attribute to social reflection. Such a reflection forms the principle point that enhances the presence of social discrimination. With respect to the reflection, racial attitude and prejudicial values of the community are easily reflected among members of a community whose attitudes are easily acquired by the generation. Offspring who observes racial approach against another community finds it so easy to promote such legacy.
Racial discrimination can also propagate by emotional maladjustment. It has been discovered that different prejudice character may be driven due to personality of personal background. A person whose upbringing composes strict dictatorship life is likely to manifest racial character towards anybody who feels does not support his personality. However, some sociologists have contradicted this existence to be less prevalent because children develop both psychologically and mentally besides social education, they easily undergo transformation to overt racism.
The study concludes that documentation concerning the need of fair opportunities and positive relationships should be encouraged because it would help to increase the value of togetherness