When does a recognition of cultural boundaries become to have racial connotations? For example take the Roma Gypsies when I see the way of life they live and the morals they uphold I ifnd it difficult not to have a sincere disliking for these people, the reason I dislike them is due to the culture that they belong to that has been installed into them throughout their lives. I dont hold any sympathy for these people. I saw a program where they found 20 romany children locked in a container, they were child slaves and would swarm the streets to steal and beg in the daytime, who return to the adults at night who would take the money and lock them up. They were all placed into care but 19 of the children escaped and returned back to this life of servitude by choice, only 1 gave evidence against the captors. The system of the romany people is that the children are raised and rewarded by how good of a thief they are. Even though this is not a physical trait, it is one that is deeply cultural and makes the Roma who they are. Can we really exist without racism if we will always identify cultural indifference?