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Racism in Augusta
An overview of the contribution of slavery to racism in America today, with a focus on Augusta, Georgia.
# 55540 | 1,796 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2004 | US

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This paper examines how racism is, sadly, one of the most tenacious legacies left in American history, how it is especially so in the Southern areas of the United States and, specifically, in Augusta, Georgia. It looks at how the racism problems currently experienced in this area can be ascribed to many factors. It provides an investigation of the main historical contributions to this paradigm today and attempts to show how slavery is one of the main causes still contributing to the view of black people, especially, as somehow inferior and less intelligent than white people.

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