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  1. A Practical Guide to Racism by C. H. Dalton, 2008-12-30
  2. Racism without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America by Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, 2009-11-16
  3. The End of Racism: Principles for a Multiracial Society by Dinesh D'Souza, 1995-09-30
  4. Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice by Paul Kivel, 2002-05-01
  5. Overcoming Our Racism: The Journey to Liberation by Derald Wing Sue, 2003-07-11
  6. Challenging Racism in Higher Education: Promoting Justice by Mark Chesler, 2005-08-11
  7. Racism on Trial: The Chicano Fight for Justice by Ian F. Haney López, 2004-09-01
  8. Racism: A Short History by George M. Fredrickson, 2003-07-02
  9. Understanding and Dismantling Racism: The Twenty-First Century Challenge to White America (Facets) by Joseph Barndt, 2007-10-01
  10. The First R: How Children Learn Race and Racism by Debra Van Ausdale, 2001-12-11
  11. The Skin I'm In: A First Look at Racism by Pat Thomas, 2003-04
  12. The Everyday Language of White Racism (Blackwell Studies in Discourse and Culture) by Jane H. Hill, 2008-11-12
  13. Anatomy Of Racism by David Goldberg, 1990-08-20
  14. The Invention of Racism in Classical Antiquity by Benjamin Isaac, 2006-02-13

1. Racism - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
racism is the belief that the genetic factors which constitute race are a primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority
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2. Race & Ethnicity: The Fight Against Racism Today
From Scott Marshall The Fight Against racism Today (Reprinted from the July issue of Political Affairs, monthly journal of the Communist Party, USA.
From: Scott Marshall
The Fight Against Racism Today (Editor's Note: This discussion article was prepared by the National Board of the Communist Party. Readers are encouraged to respond to the concepts and problems raised in it. Responses can be handwritten, typed or can be put on a computer disk. Comments can be from 3000 to 6000 words. If you don't like to write put your thoughts on a tape and send it in. Let us know what you think.) This educational discussion aims to raise the level of understanding and stimulate militant action of our Party in the fight against racism. The fight against racism is an immediate and urgent challenge to our Party. To meet this challenge, we are undertaking a new level of collective ideological struggle within the Party to deepen our working-class approach to this struggle. We need an updated assessment of where the class and people's movements are in the fight against racism, of the specific expressions of the increased level of racism and its impact on the class struggle. There are many new developments, the significance of which has not yet been fully grasped. A full collective discussion will make clearer our picture of how mass thought patterns and class consciousness are being influenced by the increased use of racism by the ruling class, a full discussion of our Party's collective experience in the fight against racism will improve our practical work and initiative. The discussion should strengthen understanding of what is needed to build the strongest, broadest unity to help the movements go on the offensive.

3. Racism Shock Therapy In Diversity Education: American Pictures!
Et lysbilledshow om dansk og international racisme.
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of racism, poverty and white hate groups Background - from vagabond to renown speaker on racism The slideshow - can racism and poverty be entertaining?

4. Racism | Define Racism At
–noun 1. a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own

5. Racism Essays And Articles At ENotes
racism essays, articles, and viewpoints Nineteen sixtythree was a pivotal year in the history of race relations in the United States.

6. PlanetPapers - Racism In America
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    Racism In America
    Written by: sentiencenerd There is surely no nation in the world that holds "racism" in greater horror than does the United States. Compared to other kinds of offenses, it is thought to be somehow more reprehensible. The press and public have become so used to tales of murder, rape, robbery, and arson, that any but the most spectacular crimes are shrugged off as part of the inevitable texture of American life. "Racism" is never shrugged off. For example, when a White Georgetown Law School student reported earlier this year that black students are not as qualified as White students, it set off a booming, national controversy about "racism." If the student had merely murdered someone he would have attracted far less attention and criticism. Racism is, indeed, the national obsession. Universities are on full alert for it, newspapers and politicians denounce it, churches preach against it, America is said to be racked with it, but just what is racism?

    7. Racism — Global Issues
    This part of the web site looks into the issue of racism. In some places around the world, racial hatred is increasing. Many modern conflicts also have
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    • by Anup Shah This Page Last Updated Sunday, August 08, 2010 This page: To print all information e.g. expanded side notes, shows alternative links, use the print version: Image © Understanding Race Racism is the belief that characteristics and abilities can be attributed to people simply on the basis of their race and that some racial groups are superior to others. Racism and discrimination have been used as powerful weapons encouraging fear or hatred of others in times of conflict and war, and even during economic downturns. Racism is also a very touchy subject for some people, as issues concerning free speech and Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights come into play. Some people argue that talking about supporting racial discrimination and prejudice is just words and that free speech should allow such views to be aired without restriction. Others point out that these words can lead to some very dire and serious consequences (the Nazi government policies being one example). Race: Are We So Different , Understanding Race, American Anthropological Association (AAA), July 8, 2009 In a short introductory video the Understanding Race project from the American Anthropological Association says race is a powerful idea and an enduring concept, invented by society. It has also fostered inequality and discrimination for centuries, as well as influencing how we relate to other human beings:

    8. Racism |
    On Wednesday’s Countdown show, during a 21minute Special Comment, MSNBC host Keith Olbermann warned American voters against electing Tea Party Republicans to power, whom he
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    By Matthew Balan CNN personality Soledad O'Brien revealed in her new book that liberal activist Jesse Jackson put her down for her skin color during a private meeting in 2007. During the meeting, Jackson complained to O'Brien, whose mother is a black woman from Cuba, that there weren't any black anchors on CNN. When she pointed out that she was the anchor of American Morning, the activist replied, " ." O'Brien, who is now a special correspondent for CNN, recounted the 2007 incident in "The Next Big Story," which excerpted on November 3 . Just before her meeting with Jackson, the journalist had obtained "exclusive access to Martin Luther King, Jr.'s papers," as the lead-in for the excerpt underlined. Soon after this, as O'Brien recalled, "Jackson calls with an invitation to meet and talk." The two met at a restaurant "on the first floor of a famous hotel" and in the course of their conversation, the subject of the racial makeup of her network came up:
    By Ken Shepherd According to , American TV audiences are not "ready for 'super-negros' on the small screen."

    9. Reverse Racism
    Includes an article on reverse racism and discrimination.

    10. What Is Racism?
    racism has existed throughout human history. It may be defined as the hatred of one person by another or the belief that another person is less than human because of skin
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    Racial Separatism Racism has existed throughout human history. It may be defined as the hatred of one person by another or the belief that another person is less than human because of skin color, language, customs, place of birth or any factor that supposedly reveals the basic nature of that person. It has influenced wars, slavery, the formation of nations, and legal codes. During the past 500-1000 years, racism on the part of Western powers toward non-Westerners has had a far more significant impact on history than any other form of racism (such as racism among Western groups or among Easterners, such as Asians, Africans, and others). The most notorious example of racism by the West has been slavery, particularly the enslavement of Africans in the New World (slavery itself dates back thousands of years). This enslavement was accomplished because of the racist belief that Black Africans were less fully human than white Europeans and their descendants. This belief was not "automatic": that is, Africans were not originally considered inferior.

    11. The Death Penalty In Black And White: Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Decides | Death P
    The Sounds of racism. Blatant racism is seen and heard too often in courtrooms around the country. In death penalty cases, the use of derogatory slurs kindles the flames of prejudice

    12. Race, Racism And The Law
    Considering the intersection between racism and race with American law, and the role of the law in promoting or alleviating racism.
    Race, Racism and the Law
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    Race, Racism and the Law considers race, racism and racial distinctions in the law. It examines the role of domestic and international law in promoting and/or alleviating racism. The site includes statutes, cases, excerpts of law review articles, annotated bibliographies and other documents related to race and racism. Introduction:
    Institutional Racism in America
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    13. Racism - Definition And More From The Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
    Definition of word from the MerriamWebster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

    14. Racism
    Ama, A Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade racism. Please click on a bulleted heading to toggle the content. Ama's America is Brazil, not the United States.
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    15. SOS Mod Racisme - Forside
    En international tv rpolitisk bev gelse, der arbejder for kulturel forst else og mod fordomme og diskrimination.
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      Men vi tror ikke p ideen om en 'etnisk ren kultur'. Alle kulturer udvikler sig ved gensidig pvirkning. Derfor tror vi p mangfoldighed, medmenneskelig forstelse og venskab mellem verdens folk. Nogle nsker at splitte ...
      Men ikke os! Vi tror ikke p at der er en 'kulturel modstning' mellem danskere og indvandrere. Vi tror at langt de fleste indvandrere og flygtninge nsker at leve i fred og fordragelighed med deres danske medborgere. Nogle skaber fjendebilleder ...
      Vi mener ikke at verden har behov for flere fjendebilleder. Indvandrings- og flygtningepolitik er sprgsml der kan diskuteres - men fremmedangst frer ingen vegne hen. Og racisme er en forbrydelse mod menneskeheden, og gift for demokratiet! Derfor nsker SOS mod Racisme - gennem oplysning og ved andre ikke-voldelige midler - at virkeliggre grundstningen:
      Alle mennesker er ligevrdige uanset hudfarve, sprog, nationalitet, etnisk eller kulturel baggrund eller religis overbevisning!

    16. Racism In The United States - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    racism in the United States has been a major issue ever since the colonial era and the slave era. Heavy burdens of racism in the country have fallen upon Native Americans, African
    Racism in the United States
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Racism in the United States has been a major issue ever since the colonial era and the slave era . Legally sanctioned inequality imposed a heavy burden on Native Americans African Americans Asian Americans , and Mexican Americans White Americans were privileged by law in matters of literacy immigration voting rights citizenship , land acquisition, and criminal procedure over periods of time extending from the 17th century to the 1960s. Many European ethnic groups, particularly American Jews Irish Americans , and Eastern European and Southern European immigrants, as well as immigrants from elsewhere, suffered xenophobic exclusion and other forms of racism in American society. Major racially structured institutions included slavery Indian Wars , Native American reservations, segregation, residential schools (for Native Americans), and internment camps. Formal racial discrimination was largely banned in the mid-20th century, and came to be perceived as socially unacceptable and/or morally repugnant as well, yet racial politics remain a major phenomenon. Historical racism continues to be reflected in socio-economic inequality. Racial stratification continues to occur in employment, housing, education, lending, and government.

    17. Racism
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  • 18. Undoing Racism
    Notes from a training session.
    Undoing Racism
    Training conducted at W. Palm Bch, Florida April 4-6, 2000 by
    People United for Survial and Beyond

    Notes taken by John Little
    Society is built on a race construct. There is no quick fix. We have to find a support base for change. Part of the answer is to recognize it and say it.
    The neighborhoods where poor people live are called by different names: ghetto, "hood", trailer park, the "projects". The people who live here have to interface with numerous institutions based outside their neighborhoods each and every day including employers, social service agencies, the police, schools, financial institutions, etc. These are the gatekeepers. Many of these are institutions built on a subtle racist construct.
    Working Definition of "Racism".
    The language used for the definitions of racism in the dictionaries will not allow us a way to undo it. We need a self-serving working definition so that we can have a meaningful discussion.
    Here is our working definition
    racism = race prejudice plus power
    In other words, we are not talking about mere prejudice. Our working definition makes clear that our core institutions in American society (i.e. "power") were built on a subtle yet real racial construct that results in giving people with white skin an inherent advantage over people of color.

    19. Racism
    excerpts from a an article on the nature of racism by Ayn Rand
    "A genius is a genius, regardless of the number of morons who belong to the same race and a moron is a moron, regardless of the number of geniuses who share his racial origin." excerpts from
    by Ayn Rand (An article published in the September, 1963 issue of The Objectivist Newsletter
    and included as a chapter in the book, The Virtue of Selfishness Racism is the lowest, most crudely primitive form of collectivism . It is the notion of ascribing moral, social or political significance to a man's genetic lineage the notion that a man's intellectual and characterological traits are produced and transmitted by his internal body chemistry. Which means, in practice, that a man is to be judged, not by his own character and actions, but by the characters and actions of a collective of ancestors.
    Racism claims that the content of a man's mind (not his cognitive apparatus, but its content ) is inherited; that a man's convictions, values and character are determined before he is born, by physical forces beyond his control. This is the caveman's version of the doctrine of innate ideas or of inherited knowledge which has been thoroughly refuted by philosophy and science. Racism is a doctrine of, by and for brutes. It is a barnyard or stock-farm version of collectivism, appropriate to a mentality that differentiates between various breeds of anmials, but not between animals and men. Like every form of determinism, racism invalidates the specific attribute which distinguishes man from all other living species: his rational faculty. Racism negates two aspects of man's life: reason and choice, or mind and morality, replacing them with chemical predestination.

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