racial discrimination in jobs
African americans are usually the first to get assumptions of anything .Like there the first to be under the assumption of using illegal drugs, when on an interview or said so by the N.B.E.R (national,bureau,economic,reasearch). Not only that but they alsow make ussumptionons beacause of ure name like if you have a black sounding name like lakisha or jamal, or last names like jhones or jhoncen. in a interview ure less likely to get called back in an interview. Alsow blacks are overly represented to be getting jobs with low wadges ,and not many represented in manegment or profetional ocupations.
African americans face a particular difficulty when finding jobs after school. Particullarly in 2013 there was a lot of unemployed specificly African americans .Often African americans are the last hired and the first fired , alsow they are usualy being downsized they've had budget cost and shortning of manufacturing. alsow it a large problem in marketing to this day.
racism is against the law
obiaslly we all know racism is against after what happened in 1964 (segregation).there is a law that actually forbids racism and discrimant ,everyone and any llegal citizen is protected under this law .this same law prohibits discrimination based on youre marriage to or with contact with some of different race .an example of this law being inforced is saying racvial jokes that may hurt someone or racial slurs may be alsow be conciderd harassment ,you alsow cant limit segrigation or classifiy employers by race ethnicity or color of the skin .
what is the difference
The only difference is is the color but thats pretty much it . It has been proven that when you are racist you are conscience about youre self.alsow you dought what you do . such as dougnting that you should take that job or buy that laptop youve always wanted .but
what is the meaning of racism
racism simply means to treat someone unfaveroble or to have injustice for other ,to treat some one unfair.
Racism exists when one ethnic group or historical collectivity dominates, excludes, or seeks to eliminate another on the basis of differences that it believes are hereditary and unalterable. An ideological basis for explicit racism came to a unique fruition in the West during the modern period. No clear and unequivocal evidence of racism has been found in other cultures or in Europe before the Middle Ages. The identification of the Jews with the devil and witchcraft in the popular mind of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries was perhaps the first sign of a racist view of the world. Official sanction for such attitudes came in sixteenth century Spain when Jews who had converted to Christianity and their descendents became the victims of a pattern of discrimination and exclusion.
in the word of: by George M. Fredrickson
by George M. Fredrickson