Ethnicity and Gender

Ending Racism by Healing Wounds

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 21 Tháng Mười, 2015
Ending Racism by Healing Wounds

Shadow Truths Never before in the history of racial relations in this country have we been closer to an opportunity for a healing of all wounds. The great strides towards a true equality we made during the 1960’s were remarkable it is true, but they did not put the...

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A True look at Racism

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 5 Tháng Mười, 2015
A True look at Racism

I was recently accused of being a racist. I’m a regular poster on the NBA boards at FOXsports.com. At one point some of my fellow posters and I started talking politics (I know, I know…talking politics on a sports website is just a disaster waiting to happen) and someone...

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Interracial Couples on Screen

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 5 Tháng Mười, 2015
Interracial Couples on Screen

What’s wrong with our world today? After years of bigotry, prejudice and cruelty against one human towards another, its about time we can enjoy interracial and multicultural acting and actors on the big screen. i think the big screen is nothing but an opportunity to see how real people...

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Race Inequality

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 5 Tháng Mười, 2015
Race Inequality

I am a Chinese living in a predominantly Malay country. The country is Malaysia. I was born here, but I was told that after more than 50 years of national independence, I must still accept that I am a guest in this country, while the Malays are the Lords...

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Songs about Racial Harmony

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 4 Tháng Mười, 2015
Songs about Racial Harmony

My earliest recollection of a song that promotes racial harmony is the 1969 hit for Blue Mink entitled “Melting Pot”. The fact that the leading vocalists consisted of Roger Cook, a white male and black female, Madeline Bell, added to the overall message. I actually heard this song on...

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Identifying the Burakumin

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 4 Tháng Mười, 2015
Identifying the Burakumin

The Burakumin are a disadvantaged social group in Japan. The word burakumin literally translates as ‘people of the hamlet,’ describing the people living at the outskirts of towns and villages. However this 19th century term is just a substitute for the harsher realities of what the Burakumin are: outcasts....

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Under the Subject it is on – Taught

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 4 Tháng Mười, 2015
Under the Subject it is on – Taught

Race is taught and then later learned. Children are taught by what their parents say and do. Every person I ever heard always said they are brought up a certain way with a certain belief from their parents. It is passed on through generations. Although not everyone follows how...

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Racism Humanity Black vs White Multi Culturalism – Learned

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 4 Tháng Mười, 2015
Racism Humanity Black vs White Multi Culturalism – Learned

As a born and bred Englishman who has lived in South Africa most of his life, I would like to add my ten cents’ worth to this interesting debate, and not from an American viewpoint (which is all too prevalent amongst your writers), but from a South African perspective....

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Racism and Globalization – Learned

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 4 Tháng Mười, 2015
Racism and Globalization – Learned

The premise of the debate is not a particularly viable one: what is learned must be taught in order to have been learned, unless, of course, the term “learned” relates to the act of being discovered in which case it would suggest that there is a premise present for...

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Rasicm Parents Teachings – Learned

pitlane Lần cập nhật cuối: 4 Tháng Mười, 2015
Rasicm Parents Teachings – Learned

When a child is born, it’s mind is fresh, new and pure. This should of course be the most prominent evidence that such an evil act as racism is learned. Children are like sponges, they pick up everything that they see and hear around them, they are unaware of...

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