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What Is Racism? (Definition and Examples)
Learn what internalized racism is as well as other forms of racism, such as horizontal racism and ... Examine examples of racism from the past and the present.
Description of Four Different Forms of Racism - Race Relations
Racism is more complicated than simply one racial group hating and oppressing another group. Institutions may discriminate against racial groups. People with ...
Does Reverse Racism Exist? - Definition and Examples
Racism makes news headlines every day. But what about so-called reverse racism? What are some examples of this phenomenon, and what's the best way to ...
Institutional Racism (Definition) - Civil Liberties - About.com
Definition: The term "institutional racism" describes societal patterns that have the net effect of imposing oppressive or otherwise negative conditions against ...
Racism: A Sociological Definition - Sociology - About.com
Racism today takes many forms, some of which are overt, but most which are covert, and do not appear, at first glance, to be racist.
Dealing With Racism - Defining Racism - Race Relations - About.com
What is racism, and how should it be addressed? Learn to define racism and pinpoint ways to fight against it.
Race, Racism and Medicine - Race Relations - About.com
This overview highlights how medical racism leads today's doctors to give patients of color fewer treatment options than white patients and how in the past,  ...
Systemic Racism: More Than Prejudice and Micro-Agressions
Systemic racism is a theory developed by sociologist Joe Feagin that illuminates the racist foundations of the U.S. and connects it to racism today.
Examples of Institutional Racism in the United States - Race Relations
Institutional racism in the church, medicine and in the legal system, to name a few , has perpetuated discrimination in the United States for generations.
Definition of Institutional Racism - Race Relations - About.com
Definition: Institutional racism refers to racism perpetrated by government entities such as schools, the courts or the military. Unlike the racism perpetrated by ...
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