It's one thing to discriminate in employment or housing on the basis of race. It's another thing entirely to silence people.
I don't support racial harassment and/or discrimination on the job. But being called a name by a random stranger on a street is not a crime. Nor should someone's personal racial views CAUSE them to be disqualified from political office (though I would not vote for a known racist).People can think what they want as long as they ACT within the limits of the law, in the U.S.The UK Race Relations Act 1976 and all of its amendments and extensions protect individuals from being discriminated against in employment on the grounds of colour, race, nationality, religious beliefs or ethnicity. This Act does not distinguish between whether racist practices were done on purpose or not, it is concerned only with the fact that racial discrimination occurred. Four main types of discrimination are described in legislation related to employment. Direct discrimination is deliberate and obvious, for example if a promotion is being held only for members of one race.
Indirect discrimination occurs when practices of policies disadvantage one or more racial groups, such as requiring members of one race to complete more tasks than another but expecting them to get their work done just as quickly. Harassment occurs when the workplace is allowed to become a hostile environment for members of a certain race, whether through direct threats, methods of intimidation or "jokes" about that race.
I don't need you to quote the law to me, the idea that any political speech should somehow be made illegal--even iif it is racist--is simply...a bad idea.
I know that you are young and have been fully indoctrinated in the concept, but to an American, this is an appalling concept.