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Racism Presentation ShareWordPress Shortcode Are you sure you want to YesNo Your message goes here Are you sure you want to Yes No Your message goes here Are you sure you want to Yes No Your message goes here Are you sure you want to Yes No Your message goes here Are you sure you want to Yes No Your message goes here Are you sure you want to Yes No Your message goes here Racism Presentation 1. Racism -
- an illusional tumor of our modern society.
What Is Racism?
- is a prejudicious conception that categorizes one race as intrinsically superior or better than another.
- Slavery was the pre-formation of racism
- Slavery existed in ancient Egypt (5,000 years ago)
- When humans began to build greater civilizations, also greater in size and structure, people were categorized to each social class.
- Countries like India and Japan had formed distinctive caste systems, which harshly restricted the advantages of those in lower class.
- Black descendants and former slaves began to settle down as slavery lost its power over black people.
- Despite their eloquent speeches and elaborate protests, black people were continuously seen as inferior to other races Moderated, guided PowerPoint® presentation that provides an interactive learning technical assistance customized to meet the needs of the institution at a basic Study Guide as the basis for workshops, and it is available for sale at Dr..
- Racism is still stretching its tenacious roots in our society today.
- Racism still exists on the internet and other web forums.
- Many racist jokes and pranks are posted on the internet, available for anyone any time asking to join their racist group.
- Skin color, religion, culture, political party
- Slavery (Egypt, U.
- Spread Awareness
- Write articles, make films, posters
- Accept other cultures, religions, and ethnic groups
- Make it illegal for any country to not hire or fire people because of their religion, culture, or ethnic group
- Adolf Hitler
- George W. Bush
- Abraham Lincoln
- Nelson Mandela