• The Faces of Racism

  • Most Neglected Injustice of Society
  • By: Sam Davariem
  • Narrated by: Jeremy Prost
  • Length: 3 hrs and 31 mins
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The benign and malignant neglected injustice of the society 

Racism is the idea that one race is superior to another. It also can include racism, hostility, or antagonism to others because of their race or ethnicity. Modern racism variants also rely on social perceptions of biological differences among peoples. 

The word "racialization" is used to describe how, though differently, the history of the definition of the "race" still influences us all. The concept illustrates political and structural mechanisms that are often subconscious at work. It also illustrates the social construction of racial categories, like income, but socially and culturally very real. Racing is the very complicated and inconsistent system by which classes are classified as "races" and are subjected to separate and/or unequal treatment on this basis. In short, "racialization is the manner in which race is created and used at all costs". 

Although white people are also racialized, this practice also leaves those who are perceived as whites invisible or normal. White people cannot necessarily see themselves as part of a race, but still have the right to name and racialize "other". 

In this book, you will learn: 

  • Types of Racism 
  • Racism and Health 
  • Racism and Migrants 
  • Neglection of Racism by Judicial System 
  • Racism and Employment 
  • Whiteness and It's Privilege 

For more details, you ought to give this interesting book a listen.

©2019 Sam Davariem (P)2020 Sam Davariem

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