I've been wondering this for a time now. By the dictionary: RACISM - prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that ones own race is superior. But in the light of events such as John Terry being labelled racist for calling a black man black, I'm really struggling to see how racism today relates to that definition. Are we in a culture of different forms of racism - real racism, soft racism? Does anybody nowadays actually have a genuine belief that one is better because of one's skin colour? Is racism today merely a way of verbally abusing someone, with no real means? This is the Int Cell, so try to keep it ... vaguely on topic please!