Arguments Against Institutional Racism

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Institutional racism is a kind of discrimination formed by society to target a specific race, compared to having an individual’s personal racist belief. Having a personal racist belief is centralized. It is influenced by the society but it is determined by a single individual. Institutional racism and an individual’s racist beliefs go hand in hand. A person will always have his or her own individual racist beliefs, but when a society has one, it is usually about one specific race but it does not showcase the true meaning and depth of life supported by Bettie (2002) “do not reflect complexity of life”. Racism is around us. It is everywhere. One might not notice it but, there sure are racist people out there. On television screens, on papers,
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