Racism in the United States and Europe
Compares racism experienced in the US to that of Europe.
# 131880 | 1,500 words | 5 sources | APA | 2007 |
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in African-American Studies (Racism) , European Studies (Race, Class, Gender Issues (incl. Ethnic Minorities))
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This paper examines the similarities and differences between cultural racism in the United States and Europe. According to the paper, it would seem that racism is strong in both regions, even on the rise in many cases. The paper also addresses current efforts to control racism through legislation, citing that it will be ineffectual when there is a base cultural support for it.
From the Paper:"Cultural racism is a significant issue in both the United States and Europe. Despite the fact that both the United States and Europe are two of the most modern regions in the world--in terms of the ideals of classical liberalism such as equality and universal freedom--both places suffer from significant racial discrimination that is pervasive and institutionalized. The focuses of this racism varies between the United States and Europe, as does the manifestation of that racism. This is to be expected, given divergences in history and cultural practices. Nonetheless, there are striking similarities in the ways in which racism has become a de facto..."
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