Racism is an extreme belief in people’s mind, a horrible belief that one’s race, skin color, or more generally, one’s group, because of religion, nationality or ethnic identity, is superior to those of others in nature. It also can be seen as a extremely prejudice among people’s mind. There is a very will-known tragedy in the history warred by the idea of racism, which is the massacre of Jewish during World War II. Their evil dictator, Hilter, ordered the army to kill off all the religions except of Christs, especially to Jewish. Over 60 million people have been killed, which is about 3% of 1974 world population.
If it weren't for these prejudice thoughts, many people would be together united as one fighting to better one another. As Brent states in “Black Men and Public Space,” “the hatred he feels for blacks makes itself known to him through a variety of avenues - one being his discomfort with that ‘special brand of paranoid touchiness’ to which he says blacks are prone.” (514). Due to this fear of one another, it has brought much tension among many. This discrimination has been going on for many years and is what makes the United States divided. These many examples provided by Brent proved these exact points and showed the belitting of African Americans within Americas society.
The activities of the modern Ku Klux Klan vary from den to den depending on the inclination of its members. Some dens used violence to enforce their ideas while others fought politically against opposing views. Regardless the main goal of the Ku Klux Klan today is the progression of the White race and it is the same goal the original founders focused on. “The Klan of today has fragmented into more than 40 separate factions. A rather high association with unlawful activity such as hate crimes and domestic terrorism gave people a bad image of the KKK and has lessened the hate between American Caucasians and
A wise philosopher once stated, “Racism is man’s gravest threat to man — the maximum of hatred for a minimum of reason” (Schwartsz). It is no revelation that racism often manifests hatred towards minorities. This concept has been widespread throughout the world for centuries. Racism has prevailed through several works of literature including “Othello” by William Shakespeare. In this particular play, the character, Othello, is allegedly a black man who experiences several accounts of racism from other characters, which eventually leads to his downfall.
Racism has deep roots in American history. Slavery, segregation, and unnecessary police charges are just a few examples of racism. But, why does racism exist? Many people believe that their race and ethnicity is superior than others, and that those who are “different” are inferior. Those who are considered, “inferior,” have to be treated differently, which results in unfairness and discrimination.
When Nelson Mandela and the ANC tried to put a stop to it the government responded violently and killed over 60 people from the ANC organization and some people that supported the ANC. The final ty0pe of racsim is secret racism. Secret racism is when you are actually a racist but you try to hide it. These are all different types of racism but they all promote the same meaning, racism, which is offensive to everyone. ' ' I am trying to prove that racism is still a problem in our society.
“Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you’re a man, you take it.” On May 19, 1925, racism immediately targeted Malcolm X for being born an African American. (Gallati) He endured this separatist country for forty years, meanwhile leaving behind his legacy. A legacy in which he challenged America for its forms of oppression and imprinted ideas of equality for all men.
Most fell into internalized racism, influencing them believe in the stereotypes of their own race; increasing hatred for one another became the result due to the hindering factor of racism. Sadly, internalized racism has been used as a controlling factor to the African American race and has increased the failure of our population. This specific type of racism is demonstrated in our current generation of blacks; youth pridefully embody this type of racism. Blacks often feed into the sense of envious competition and greed, forcing them to go against each other, opposed to coming together as one. Christopher “The Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace and Tupac “2Pac” Shakur, were two idealized entertainers who acted in an influential role geared to internalized racism on our generation of youth.
These now called “gangs” which blacks didn’t call them were a form of identity for kids, and a form of acceptance and comfort. As more of these so called African American clubs were formed, the tensions and rivalry only grew higher. From the video, Groups of youth were depicted into local neighborhoods being criticized by other neighborhoods. This lead to a violence between two gangs, which in its worst case was labeled by the title Crips and Bloods or the colors of blue and red. This violence has been ongoing for approximately forty years now, and the body count is only getting higher.
“To me if feel that the X Factor ruins not just hip-hop but most music genres. Not only do kids like Astro find instant success, but they rap about sh*t which they aren’t apart of. Then the sh*t that they do rap about isn’t what hip-hop is built for. Y’all gotta understand that hip-hop was a way for us to express the discrimination and the reality of the hell we live in. But when you glamorize gang war and don’t pick up the issues but instead only talk about parties and hoes, we lose that form of