Speech About Racism

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Many of us must be a witness of racism. I have always wondered what differences are among the people with different religions and colors of the skins, why minorities are bullied. As-widely known, in even today’s century, racism is undoubtedly open to the international and social discussions, despite many attempts to break the stereotypes in society. The so-called “never-ending” fight has already broken out and burns up day to day. Many black people, representatives of Muslim or other religions suffer from the discrimination, in many developing or undeveloped countries minorities rights are not protected. It is obviously fact that racism is artificial classification of people and not a biological category. I will try to list what results racism…show more content…
Everybody has an individual perception of the world, so that we have various kinds of religions. The god suggests us to love each other, respect others views. But does the religion or color of a skin really matter to live safely?
Still in the previous century, a law of apartheid was enforced against the South Africans, which implied a system of racial segregation in South Africa enforced through legislation by the National Party (NP), the governing party from 1948 to 1994. Under apartheid, the rights, associations, and movements of the majority black inhabitants and other ethnic groups were curtailed and Afrikaner minority rule was maintained. It demonstrates that in what conditions African people had to live on their land.
However, a concept of racism has a further meaning, than apartheid did. Racism consists of ideologies and practices that seek to justify, or cause, the unequal distribution of privileges, rights or goods among different racial group. Modern variants are often based in social perceptions of biological differences between peoples.
While discussed a concept of racism, I can not avoid general human rights. Are the majorities born with special rights attributed by the God or international
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As we are growing up, television is becoming a factor of our lives whether or not we want it to be. When broadcasting a crime, people of color are reflected in the decarmation of “them“ and “us“. Whites are represented as the “good’’ or the strong, law obeying citizens.
Bryce Courtney in his novel, “The Power of One“ shows racism is a problem existing in society. One of the character of the novel, a young white African boy, Peekay lives in a world where the country revoves around the racism. World War II is coming to an end and both whites and blacks are likely to hate each other. However, Peekay is heading over ears in love with a black African woman.
During his studies at the boarding school, Peeky faces his first taste of racism. According to the book by Bryce Gordon, one boy, known as “Judge“who was much older, stronger and darker, than Peekay comes up with the nickname “Pisskop“ for Peekay, because of Peekay’s habit to wet the bed that was caused by the Judge’s, along with the help of many other older black students, tendency to beat Peekay and spit in his
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