Slavery And Race In The Nineteenth-Century

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Second, as years goes by slavery and race became closely linked. Furthermore, slavery was one of the reasons about racism. Racism is a faulty treatment against others because of their disparate race. Slavery was also establish by the race of people. The first slaves in this world were the Native Americans and then the Africans. However, Native Americans and Africans were not the only slaves, almost every race in this world were once enslaved. “In the nineteenth-century Westerners came to believe, that there were three basic racial groups- Caucasoids, Negroids, and Mongoloids” (Moore 7). Nonetheless, the differences among people, communities, society, are basic way people were classified. “Slavery preceded racism against blacks, but during the

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