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Kim Kardashian aware of racism more than ever after having North

By Armando Tamayo     May 14, 2014 in Entertainment
Kim Kardashian said in a post that her discovery of motherhood changed her as a person, but at the same time it also changed her views of the world and society.
The reality TV star and Kanye West had their first child North in June 2013. Kardashian though revealed on her celebuzz blog that she is concerned on how her child will grow up, being born from parents with different races. She said that "racism is still a problem in the whole world."
The 33-year old added that she never gave too much thought about discrimination and racism before she gave birth. She said recent events that she read and her experiences made her notice on how "racism and discrimination are still alive... where it is just as hateful and deadly as they ever been."
Kardashian is set to wed West in Paris on May 24. She also said from the blog that "As a public figure, mother and human, she feels responsible to make sure her child as well as other children grew up in a world where they are not judged by sexual orientation, gender or the color of their skin."
In a report from the Daily Mail in February, it can be recalled Kardashian was at the receiving end of a racist attack at the Vienna Ball. Comedian Chris Stephan arrived at the event, with black face, as a reference to her fiancé Kanye West. Also said in the report, she endured a verbal assault from someone screaming expletives and insults at her, for her relationship with a black man.
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