Captain Phillip arrived at Sydney Cove on the 26th of January 1788, with instructions to establish a British colony. Governor Arthur Phillip was aware that the Aboriginal people would be unsympathetic to the British, but he wanted to establish friendly relations so that both the British and the Indigenous people could live happy a peacefully lives. At Botany Bay, Captain Phillip was opposed by the Aboriginals that lived in the area. Unlike Captain Cook who had shot at the Aboriginal people, Phillip had put down his weapons and they did the same. Connection with the Indigenous people at Botany Bay from that time was tense but friendly.
Racism in Australia traces both historical and contemporary racist community attitudes and incidents in Australia. Contemporary Australia is the product of multiple waves of immigration, predominantly from Great Britain and Ireland. Laws forbid racial and other forms of discrimination and protect freedom of religion.  Demographic analysis indicates a high level of inter-ethnic marriage: according to the Australian Census, a majority of Indigenous Australians partnered with non-indigenous Australians, and a majority of third-generation Australians of non-English-speaking background had partnered with persons of different ethnic origin (the majority partnered with persons of Australian or Anglo-Celtic background, which constitutes the majority ethnic grouping in Australia).  In 2009, about 25.6 per cent of the estimated resident population of Australia comprised those born overseas.
Race is seen as a cultural construct because it is both socially interpreted and shaped. Typically culture can be culturally constructed from one culture to another. Therefore, defining the term race in the United States can be extremely different in another country, because it is altered by one’s personal cultural and social view. For example, people from a certain culture may show interest in particular beliefs, ideas, and customs because of their cultures. Culture is about learning how a certain group of people are by sharing ideas, beliefs, and values.
During this example it is evident that the teenager is using abbreviation to shorten their sentence. This use of this colloquial language has been developed as a result of restriction of limited characters aloud in a text/instant message as well as speeding up instant messaging (Reed, 2014). Speaking and Writing Aboriginal English When exploring Aboriginal English it is important to note that while Indigenous languages vary between Aboriginal country, many languages have been lost or phased out over the years (Tory, 2012). A direct cause of this loss is the result of Indigenous peoples being denied their own languages during the time of forced assimilation (Tory, 2012). As traditional Aboriginal languages evolved it formed the many dialects of Aboriginal Englishes that is present today (Harrison, 2011).
Since the NAR is the Homeland of all Indo-European peoples, a white immigrant is considered to have Come Home. Daryl and His Other Brother Daryl – Defamatory term used by certain white migrants to the Homeland during pre-revolutionary times to denote white people born in rural areas of the Northwest. Considered rude, boorish, and highly discouraged by the Party both before and since the revolution. DHS – Department of Homeland Security. One of the many overlapping Federal political police agencies created under Bush II as part of the suspension of the United States Constitution and the abrogation of American civil liberties which took place following the events of September 11th, 2001.
In much of the western world, and particularly in Europe, there is a widespread perception that multiculturalism has ‘failed’ and that governments who once embraced a multicultural approach to diversity are turning away, adopting a strong emphasis on civic integration. As of today however, at least a third of Australian citizens now have ancestors other than British or Irish and Australia has absorbed immigrants from over 240 countries and places around the globe. Our multicultural society is a product of the successive waves of mass immigration following the Second World War. Australia once was an Anglo-Saxon preserve that attempted to exclude people of colour through restricting immigration to people of British or Western Europe background.
Latin America, just like the United States, has racially and ethnically diverse societies due to the legacy of European colonialism, slavery of Africans and indigenous people, and consequent racial mixing. Besides structural racial and ethnic inequality—measured by individuals’ identities—studies have also found the apparent pigmentocracies—discrimination and marginalization based on skin color—in Latin America. In their investigations of pigmentocracies in four Latin American countries—Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Brazil—Telles and the scholars of the Project on Ethnicity and Race in Latin America (PERLA) found that skin color rather than racial self-identity measures inequality more accurately. They also found that while pigmentocracies thrive
There is a relevant and pertinent issue in today 's society: Racism. The topic of racism is that of both active and inadvertently, passive discrimination towards a specific race or ethnicity. Race is defined as observable characteristics between different types of humans. Where ethnicity are perceived attributes whether present or assumed, that is in attributed to a specific race. (Ritzer, 2015) In many cases racism is performed between the more dominant race -in america this is caucasian americans- to the less dominant minorities, Ie: Hispanics, and African Americans.
While these growers become prosperous from their land produce, they soon became a threat to White Americans. The government protected White lives and took this into account to create the 1913 California Alien Land Law that was aimed at the Japanese, since they were not legible to become citizens and therefore preventing them from acquiring land. Furthermore, Japanese Americans wanted to be naturalized, like Takao Ozawa. The District Court, Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court denied the 1914 Takao Ozawa Naturalization case. Ozawa considered himself a “free white person” that had adequately converted into white culture without keeping any Japanese ties, but since he did not have white characteristics his case was overturned
Assimilation is not a word the aboriginals take too kindly. Wayne Warry (2007) defined it as the “process by which a minority population is absorbed into a prevailing dominant culture”; the dominant culture being that of the European. The fastest way to assimilate the Indians was to remove the children from their homes (the government had already lost hope on the adults) and force them into residential schools. The recommendation came from N.F. Davin who took the idea from native schools based within the United States.