Racism in Canada

The research was to determine the extend of racism subjected to Inuit of Canada discussing the measures, practices and policies which have contributed to their oppression in various institution and the various measures which have been used to correct the institutional racism, determining their effectiveness.

System racism occurs when a racial group is oppressed, excluded or exploited by another racial group in terms of powers and privileges, because of differences in races origin. The individuals in the privileged groups demean, intimidate and undermine the less privileged dignity, considering them as inferior people. The victims of racism internalize the feelings of self hatred, and the victims’ self esteem is reduced. Read More

Racism in America


Racism is refers to such feelings of prejudice that lead to hostility or hatred and subsequent actions against others due to difference in ethnicity (Fredrickson, 2000, 1). Often racism has taken extreme forms and led to some of the most brutal examples of human antipathy against fellow human beings, whether it’s the case of Hitler’s extermination of Jews or years of repression of blacks in USA. Despite the slogans of democracy, equality and justice to all, racism continued to define attitude of many nations and people across the world. Read More

The Myth of the White Supremacy and its Relation to Racism

The Civil Rights Era was marked between 1865- 1970. More specifically, the Civil Rights movement happens discretely between the 1950s and the 1970s in which the central aim leans towards the struggle for racial equality.

For the purpose of this essay, the author will be identifying and analyzing the arguments of African-American racists. In addition, the author will also be enumerating legal and court cases that could shed a legal perception on the concept of racial discrimination. Read More

Questions About Racism

Question 1

According to Schaefer (1999), bilingualism is becoming more evident and is being observed in many government as they try to assimilate the minority groups in the system. The government in the United States has been taking any emergent opportunity they get from the immigrants. This has led to the involvement of bilingualism and the use of other languages like Spanish in various issues which cut across the whole population of the United States. Read More

Racism Essay

Racism has long been one of the biggest negative marks on American society. From the days of slavery, to the civil rights movements era, to the Rodney King incident, to today’s racial profiling, there has been an element of race and racism on many parts of American culture and history. Many changes have occurred for the better, from the integration of the schools, to breaking down the racial barriers in sports, and bettering employment hiring practices to incorporate more minorities in certain areas of the workforce. However, there is no denying that racism still does very much exist in the country. A lot of time is spent thinking and talking about what happens because of racism, or bringing up racism when something happens that has the slightest tinge of racism involved in it. But, why is it that racism is still one of America’s eyesores? Read More

Racism and Media

Racial stereotyping of Africans Americans as criminals has had negative effect on how police and the larger white race treat Africans Americans.

Stereotypes based on race are to blame for most of the problems facing Africans Americans. A stereotype is a type of belief that some people attribute to another group of people based on their race, gender and ethnicity, some groups of people as more susceptible to racial stereotype than others. Read More


It comes as a surprise to me that the issue of racism and sexism is still being brought up in a world where we claim to uphold equality of rights among men and women, regardless of color. But then again, if we look at our society, in particular, and the world, in general, we will realize that racism and sexism is very much prevalent and condoned in this world albeit secretly sometimes. Read More

Racism and Self-Esteem

Racism is a belief system which states that individuals can be superior to others on the basis of race. This theory has led to much violence and genocide in the world. It is, in fact, this sickness called racism that led the Nazis to slaughter the Jews. The theory of racism seems to have been applied everywhere in the world, even though religion and universal values inform us that people who are superior are only those who do good in this world. Read More

A Critical Exploration of Justice and Racism

While considering the link between justice and racism this discourse invariably hints to the fact that the administration of justice in our society is hardly devoid of the social prejudices that plague our society.

In ways more than one, as demonstrated by various scholars herein, it turns out definite that the justice system has been used subjectively to the disfavor of those hailing from ethnic minorities. Their cited arguments as brought forth in this discourse, attempts to answer our research question – How has racism been used to compromise the administration of justice? Read More


William Shakespeare’s tragic play Othello was written in 18th century England. Influenced by the ideas of the Renaissance and Enlightenment period, the tragedy was not so much man’s resistance to destiny. In subtle ways, the play points to nuances of racism and feminism from its characters.

William Shakespeare’s Othello is a general and thus also a man of power. His downfall comes when Iago manipulates him into believing that Desdemona is having an affair with his trusted aid Cassio. He ends up killing his wife and committing suicide after finding out that Iago’s accusations were lies. Read More