One can not deny the existence of oppression based on race.
While the pseudo-scientific concept of race is at best a myth and, at worst, a convenient lie, but social oppression based on what is generally called the race is as real as the sunrise . If you do not believe in the existence of such oppression, then it is better that you stop right now to read this article because the existence of racism is one of the basic assumptions of this text.
Racism exists in the United States as well as. Apart from its history, or the analysis of its sociological and psychological causes, the question we all face, whether we are victims or beneficiaries of racism, is simple: what must we do to combat it? At least, …show more content…
The way a person sees another across racial glasses determines that it grants or denies his confidence, which will be an ally or potential enemy, and will be a competitor or a partner. The race that individuals who have no other connection between them that racial solidarity, become friends, and she turns into competitors who have every reason to struggle together, except one.
Naturally, the issue of race tends to be present for his victims and for its beneficiaries. However, in general, race, like all forms of oppression, puts us in a precarious position: it introduces us an illogical and unproductive competition, then we would need the opposite to reject the mantle of oppression that we all carry on our shoulders, or because we try to keep it, or because we are fighting to get rid of it all together. At this stage of humanity we are engaged in mutual destruction on military, economic, environmental and social destruction of oppression may be the key to our survival as a species.
Turning to the practical question of the destruction of oppression, it is useful to take a more accurate look at the different son that make up the modern Gordian knot we talked. The purpose of this article is to analyze racism knowing that many of my comments apply to other forms of oppression, equally important. individual and systemic racism