Black and Chinese Workers in Canada
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This paper discusses an article that talks about the English Canadian movement approach to Black and Chinese individuals in the workforce. The paper relates that each was treated with varying degrees of racism although the Chinese were handled with much more hostility. The paper explains that it was thought that these hard-working people were bringing crime to Canada and damaging the economy.
From the Paper:"The article discussing the treatment of Black and Chinese individuals in Canada during the period of 1880-1914 shows very distinct prejudices with each group. For example, there was an underlying belief that Black workers were interested in assimilating into the English White Canadian society. Conversely, they were under a completely different opinion about the motivations of the Chinese workers that were in Canada. They believed that..."
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Black and Chinese Workers in Canada (2008, December 01) Retrieved August 10, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/black-and-chinese-workers-in-canada-137040/
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