"I don't think the penalty for doping or corruption should be any different for racism. If we've got issues within our sport, we must deal with them equally. My message is more education needs to go around it," Holder told BBC Sport.
Under the International Cricket Council's Anti-Racism policy, a first offence usually hands a player four to eight suspensions points. Meanwhile, two suspension points equate to a ban for one Test or two One-Day internationals or two T20 International matches.