I'm highly apolitical, so this is a relatively naive and loosely-formed thought. Watching this video about how to go about abolishing hate and racism. https://www.facebook.com/OccupyDemocrats/videos/1182822125144173/ Education is surely to be a key factor in reducing racism on both sides the issue, but it seems to me we will come up to one unresolveable dichotomy. Some flavours of some faiths hold to a belief that women should not have equivalent rights to men. We could simply acknowlege that other cultures have the right to live their lives as they see fit, and it's not our business to "convert" them to "our" ways. But that directly contradicts the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Which means that, as a people of the Earth, the rest of the world cannot stand by while these women are denied their basic Human Rights. It's easy to say "abolish religions" but that's just not likely to happen any time soon. So, when all is said and done, how is it possible - even in principle - for any peoples of the Earth to respect the views of others while having a duty to intervene when it comes to the oppression of individuals?