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Racism, by its simplest definition, is the belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race. People with racist beliefs might hate certain groups of people according to their racial groups. In the case of institutional racism, certain racial groups may be denied rights or benefits, or get preferential treatment. Racial discrimination typically points out taxonomic differences between different groups of people, even though anybody can be racialised, independently of their somatic differences. According to the United Nations conventions, there is no distinction between the term racial discrimination and ethnic discrimination. Anti-racism includes beliefs, actions, movements, and ...
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Racism may damage kids' mental health


There is evidence that racial discrimination increases the odds that adolescents and adults will develop mental health problems, but this is the first study to examine a possible link in children of varied races, says Tumaini Coker, the study co-author and a RAND Corp. researcher and UCLA pediatrician. It does not prove that discrimination caused the emotional problems, because unlike studies of older people, these children weren't followed over time. It's possible that prejudice harms children's mental health, but it is also possible that troubled kids prompt more discriminatory remarks from ...


Legacies of racism, sexism impact student promise


In brief: A recent Stanford University study reveals that women and students of color are losing the academic achievement struggle. The study, conducted by Stanford’s Institute for Research on Education Policy and Practice, examined the graduation rates of students at four California high school districts, comparing the graduating class of 2005 to those of 2006 and 2007. Following the implementation of an exit exam in 2006, the graduation rate declined as much as 19 percent for Black and female students, compared to 1 percent for white students and 12 percent for male students. The study ...


Can Racism Lead to Depression in Black, Latino Kids?


Black and Latino students may be more likely to develop mental-health problems as a result of experiencing racism, a new Rand Institute/Harvard University study suggests. While there's some evidence that racial discrimination increases the likelihood that adolescents and adults will develop mental illnesses, this is the first to examine a possible link between racism and mental disorders among elementary-aged students.The results of the study, however, do not prove that discrimination caused emotional problems. That's because, unlike studies of adults, these fifth-grade participants weren't ...


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Research Brief: Recent Publications on Race, Racism
TweetHere is your weekly research brief with some of the latest research in the field of race and racism. As always, I note which pieces are freely available on the web, or “open access” with … The post Research Brief: Recent Publications on Race, Racism appeared first on racismreview.com.
Spanish in the US: Racialization (Part II)
TweetVictorious intruders often justify their actions by playing up their self-defined probity vis-à-vis the supposed wickedness of their victims. White settlers in the 19th Century Southwest were no exception: they held an undisguised contempt for … The post Spanish in the US: Racialization (Part II) appeared first on racismreview.com.
SPANISH IN THE US: A “RESPECTABLE” LANGUAGE (Part I)
TweetReferences to Spanish in the US tend to evoke memories of Latinos’ racist oppression. However, there was a time in the early days of this country when Spanish was regarded by important whites as a … The post SPANISH IN THE US: A “RESPECTABLE” LANGUAGE (Part I) appeared first on racismreview.com.
Whiteness and Global Academia: Sociological Observations
TweetI have recently taken a look at the list of the current board members of the International Sociological Association Research Committee on Labour Movements. I was convinced that the composition of the board would reflect, … The post Whiteness and Global Academia: Sociological Observations appeared first on racismreview.com.



 
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