1. You start a sentence with “I’m not racist but…” lordrag.blogspot.com.au / Via alltogethernow.org.au Remember: nothing good rarely follows those four words… 2. "I’m not a racist. I have black friends." quickmeme.com / Via alltogethernow.org.au Sorry buddy, just because you have black friends doesn't mean you say the N word. 3. “Yes but where are you really from.” numicroaggressions.tumblr.com / Via alltogethernow.org.au An innocent question, but one that also suggests that non-whites don't really belong in the country. 4. “You speak so well for an Asian.” troll.me / Via alltogethernow.org.au This backhanded compliment also implies that Asians have an inferior grasp of English. 5. You get nervous around Muslims on airplanes. norcalblogs.com / Via alltogethernow.org.au Racial profiling happens every day and more often than you think. So go easy on the stereotypes, yeah? 6. You cross the road to avoid people of a certain race. funnyjunk.com / Via alltogethernow.org.au See number 5. 7. You don’t see color, just the human race. zazzle.com / Via alltogethernow.org.au This form of ‘colourblind racism’ dismisses society’s history of racism and system of white privilege. Even if you can ignore skin colour, society doesn't. 8. You are more offended by “reverse-racism”. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF fuckyeahaapi.tumblr.com / Via alltogethernow.org.au Son, you need to watch this clip. 9. When someone’s offended, you tell them to “take a joke.” quickmeme.com / Via alltogethernow.org.au Everyone loves a good laugh, but there's no need to be a jerk. Instead, try seeing it from their perspective. 10. You avoid somebody because of their ethnicity Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF giphy.com / Via alltogethernow.org.au This is subtle form of racism but can be just as negative. Avoiding somebody can make them feel as if they don’t belong.