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    to participate in this scheme to undermined, demoralize and constrain a group of people. When we take a step back and look at what we call "Systematic Institutional Racism" were speaking about people who cause or inflict judgment on a group of people just because of who they are. More specifically, as the educators of the Portland Communicate College defines this condition, "Institutional Oppression is the systematic mistreatment of people within a social identity group, supported and enforced by the society and its institutions, solely based…

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    Are the Police Force in the US and the UK Institutionally Racist and To What Extent Does Institutional Racism Still Prevail in the UK and the US Criminal Justice System? I predominantly chose this title because I have the intentions to possibly study a course on Human Rights, Globalisation and Justice or International Business at University. I feel that this particular title would give me an insight into the potential injustices in society, specifically in organizations such as the Metropolitan…

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    corrupted in a way that we don’t even realise that institutional racism has caused so many people a great amount of pain? This is something that happens every day yet we don’t pay attention to it since it doesn’t directly involve many of us. Suffering at the hands of the educational system and the government is something that always happens to people with an ethnic background in the United States. This is what we call institutional racism. Today I will be talking about the ways in which…

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    Institutional racism and affirmative action 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…

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    Institutional Racism Over the last century, America has taken legislative action to prevent acts of racism and discrimination from penetrating society. Laws such as the 1964 civil rights act were established to provide equal treatment to all, regardless of race, gender or ethnic background. In 1954 the Supreme court ruled on the case, “Brown V Board of Education” stating “We conclude that in the field of public education the doctrine of 'separate but equal ' has no place. Separate…

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    Institutional racism is defined as racism that is ingrained into the procedures and practices of schools that cause disadvantage and discrimination for ethnic minority groups. There is evidence that there is differential achievement in terms of ethnicity. This is evidenced by 79% of Chinese students achieving 5A*-C GCSE grades (including English and Maths) and 74% of Indian students achieving 5A*-C GCSE grades (including English and Maths). This compares significantly to 60% of Bangladeshi…

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    There are many concepts that were addressed. Three of these concepts are; institutional racism, ethnocentrism, and discrimination. These issues are not positive attitudes or behaviors, and a person should always be aware of the things that they say about someone else’s values, beliefs and practices. This will diminish any unnecessary conflicts and allowing everyone to express themselves freely. Institutional racism is a practice that many people today are affected by, or have experienced. This…

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    Racism is as old as old as a dial-up: It isn’t needed. Feeling like your better than someone because of their skin pigment is lame. People who are racist are simply sad individuals. The fact that people feel you’re superior and deserve special rights due to your skin is absolutely ignorant. Racism in other words is simply just a waste. People often say racism isn’t a ‘big deal’ or a ‘thing of the past.’ To those who feels that racism isn’t a big deal, you’re wrong. Racism has caused nothing…

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    When I was a freshman in high school there was a big problem with racism in my school. My best friend is an African American, Cain. In one of my classes with Cain there was another student who was a farmer. He was extremely racist. Every day he would have some new racial slur to say to Cain. He would not stop saying racist things to Cain. Cain tried ignoring him but the student still felt the need to provoke Cain by being as racist as possible. Every day for a semester and a little bit into next…

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    defined. Institutional racism can be seen or detected in processes, attitudes and behaviour which result in discrimination through unwitting prejudice, ignorance, thoughtlessness, and racist stereotyping which disadvantage ethnic minorities, (MacPherson, 1999), therefore institutional racism occurs where institutions discriminate and fail to provide professional service to a person due to them being an ethic minority. Therefore, within football, the fan bases could see this racist behavioural…

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