Racism in Business
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This paper discusses the well known fact that racist discrimination still exists in society and business throughout the world. However, many Canadians like to think that Canada is different. They prefer to see their society as tolerant, and many would argue that Canada has overcome racism in their society and workplaces. The paper further points to out that in 1971, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau introduced an official policy of multiculturalism in Canada.
From the Paper:"OUTLINE: I: INTRODUCTION 1. Canada claims to be a tolerant, multicultural society with low levels of racism in business. 2. Thesis: this is not true. In fact, despite the fact that we have an official policy of multiculturalism, there is still racism in Canada. 3. Historical overview of the racist origins of Canada. II: COUNTER ARGUMENT 4. Counter-argument: Canada is not very racist compared to other countries. 5. Rebuttal of that argument: it does not matter if other countries are more racist, that is beside the point. We still have to examine our own racism. III: MY ARGUMENT 6. Point #1: The wage gap still exists"
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