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Racism

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Racism is the belief in the  superiority of one race over another. The ideology underlying racist  practices often includes the idea that humans can be subdivided into  distinct groups that are different due to their social behavior and  their innate capacities as well as the idea that they can be ranked as  inferior or superior.Wikipedia 

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CLICK PICTURE: Why did it start

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~MAIN QUESTIONS~

Why are some people so racist? - 
The  reason being is because some people felt superior, entitled, better and  more deserving of any good than others who were a different color then  them.
How did racism start?- 
Racism started when the other race or religion met each other.
Is racism illegal?-
It  is illegal to treat people differently because their race and no one  has the right to make you feel bad or abuse them. You can get fined over  $200 for a racial comment in public.
when did racism start? - 
Racism  started around the 1400s, and mostly between the black and white people  during the days that slavery colonization. Racism has been around for  613 years.
What is the affect of racism ? - 
Racism can lead to violence and can make people feel like they don't belong and can cause depression even suicide. 

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Racism is the hatred of one person by another, based on the belief that  that person is inferior because of their skin color, language, customs,  place of birth, or other similar traits. Racism has existed throughout  human history, often providing justification for one group's dominance  over another. Most people, even if they do not approve of overt racism,  nonetheless have some kind of prejudice against another group of people,  and these prejudices can lead to hurt, anger, and even violence at both  the personal and societal levels. Overcoming your own racism requires a  personal long journey, and this article will provide some insights to  help you find your path. 

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Racism links to

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   An even better question—what are the neural and psychological characteristics of a racist mind

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Racism hurts children, in real and fundamental ways. It hurts not just their health, but their chances for a good, successful life. That's the bottom line.  

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  Speciesism or specism is a form of discrimination based on species membership. It involves ... The former is considered comparable to racism and sexism, the latter is considered comparable to animals

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  Scientific racism is a pseudoscientific belief that empirical evidence exists to support or justify ... Such "biological fact" has not reached a consensus as developments in human evolutionary genetics.

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 Unfortunately, in our society these arrangements continue to carry a footprint of race whether currently intended or not.

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 Racism at the intersections: Gender and socioeconomic differences in the ... in exposures to racism, with women typically reporting lower frequencies

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  When racism takes place online it is known as cyber-racism. ... images and may be communicated via websites, blogs and social networking sites, videos or email.

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 Mindfulness meditation may hold the key to grappling with interpersonal racism.

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  A collection of films dealing with racism in America and the courageous people who have stood against it.