External Racism In America

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National identity, itself is often difficult to conceive, but can only be explained in terms of racial. US national identity is sadly a combination of external and internal racisms. External racism occurs when powerful racial groups aim to remove the weak racial groups from schools, jobs, neighborhoods, and social spaces. Native people are likely to experienced external racism—being treated as foreign invaders. By contrast, internal racisms occur when powerful groups subordinate the weak racial groups in order to maintain their standard of living. For example, enslaved Africans encountered internal racism when they were exchanged in the marketplace and was being used for manual labor in Southern agriculture. In fact, internal racism have changed

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