Transcript: RACISM a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others racism happens all over the world... racism affects everyone Whites, African American, Chinese, etc. but mostly just African American and Whites. Real life example... An eight-year-old black girl recently told Ted Koppel on Nightline, "White people are better than black people. Whites know more, have more, and get more. I wish I was white but I am not." racism happens cause one race thinks there superior (better/ more powerful) over the other Read news articles intelligently.Try to confirm all news articles with other sources, to ensure you do not draw conclusions based on biased news stories. Visit a church that has many members of a different race. Understand how much in common you have with those who are of a different racial background. Be willing to share the political power and resources with all people. Speak out when racially motivated hate crimes take place. Share stories of discrimination and racism with Stop Hate www.google.com www.dictionary.com www.mylearning.org/learning/global-citizens-make-an-impact/what%20is%20Racism.pdf www.gallup.com/poll/109258majority-americans-say-racism-against-blacks-widespread.aspx www.stophate.us/racism/racismhelp.html How to help stop racism... The problem with racism is people don't realize what is happening around them and, they don't know when they're being racists. Why it happens- How to help stop racism! who it affects- effects everyone Problem Where it happens Racism-
Transcript: The Road to Racial Justice What is racism? What is racism? History of racism: how did we get here? History of racism: how did we get here? Montgomery bus boycott Montgomery bus boycott Rosa Parks Slavery in America Slavery in America 21st century racism 21st century racism Police Brutality Police Brutality
Transcript: Racism Why does there is it? Why do we joke about different people? Why do we are so mean? Why dont we finish with it? When i am walking at the street and i watch those people who are different, im just scared about them, i just want to run away from them. I am Racist. When i see black people walking at the street i will say ´´ hey that men over there , he is a thief ´´ and i want to change it cause i feel bad. Just imagine how do they feel , the pain they feel inside, do they say "Why am i black, why am not like you?". And i am not just talking about black people, i am talking about: poor people, black people.. etc .. Imagine how does foreign people feel, they might feel awful, with a different accent, with different cultures, with different habits .. etc .. When i go to places like " La Marin " i see those people, those poor people and i just think like " I will never approach to them¨ but i want to STOP IT! And change my point of view! 2.What do you think about racism? and 3.What are you doing against it? By Mathias Rosero Racism? I think that racism is very very bad because you discriminate people, you make them, feel bad, you make them feel different but in a bad way. Well i will be honest and im not doing anything against it now, but now that i care about it i will make good things for those people who suffer from racism so please DONT DISCRIMINATE PEOPLE YOU DONT KNOW HOW THEIR FEELINGS ARE!! Yes i think that because we had to be created on 1 place and i think that the place were we created on is Africa, and yes at the beggining we may be black and our bodies had been changing, adapting to our areas 1.Do you accept the fact that humanity started in Africa and that at the beginning we were all black? Why? or Why not?
Transcript: "I think it's maybe more exceptional ... it's happened time to time, but it is not systematically that someone is claiming (it) or blaming some colleagues. Sport always brings the philosophy of unity, respect and friendship, fair victory. This philosophy is why sport is so powerful."(Bubka) "The insider sees prejudice as an expression of hopelessness and a resistance to change. Anyone who comes into such a provincial environment from the outside, no matter their skin color, is looked at with a jaundiced eye because they are different. The fact that this can lead to prejudice does not excuse it but might to some degree explain it." (Larsh) Works Cited Landau, Elizabeth. "You may be more racist than you think, study says." CNN health. Cable News Network, 7 Jan 2009. Web. 21 Mar 2012. http://articles.cnn.com/2009-01-07/health/racism.study_1_psychology-new-study-black-people?_s=PM:HEALTH Pinto, Pedro. "Is racism a widespread problem in sport?." CNN U.S.. Cable News Network, 8 Feb 2012. Web. 21 Mar 2012. http://articles.cnn.com/2012-02-08/worldsport/sport_laureus-panel-sport-racism_1_racial-slurs-racism-time- . "Poll: Most Americans see lingering racism -- in others." CNN U.S.. Cable News Network, 12 Dec 06. Web. 23 Apr 2012. http://articles.cnn.com/2006-12-12/us/racism.poll_1_whites-blacks-racism?_s=PM:US Computer apps racism is one of the leading cost of bullying. Bullying leads to people losing there wants to come out side to play. Another interesting fact is that racism happens all over the world but the U.S. is one of the main countries that has racism in it. (C.N.N An interesting fact about racism is that racism is mainly happening in sports and bullying. (C.N.N) This chart explains how many people care for racism And one more thing... Racism all Around the World Don't do racism it does not help you one way or another so dont do it. (C.N.N) Gage Brewer There are many interesting facts on Racism. Racism is when someone not of the same race makes fun of or pick on a different race. Racism Conclusion Mrs. Telfer Interesting fact 2 Racism Interesting fact 1 May 7th Gage Brewer
Transcript: Pictures Dani Alves suffers discrimination By, Charles Yeung How Does Racism Impact Football On 28th April, when Barcelona (away team) played against Villareal (home team). A fan in the Villareal stand threw a bannana into the pitch targeting Dani Alves a player in Barcelona FC. Not only throwing the bannana towards Dani Alves the fan also racially discriminated him. Few days later police found the convict Campayo Lleo, he then was arrested for this incident. Spanish reports says that he used to work for Villareal youth teams, and was fired from his job. Sports are unarguably a fundamental part of the society, everyone in the world follows their sport news by accessing newspaper, television, phone, magazine etc., Since those devices can access the internet, people who are awared of this issue could raise awareness of it therefore people who have access to those devices are more awared of this issue and would prevent this from happening. Especially FIFA (Federation International Football Association) they are trying the hardest to eliminate racism in football. FIFA takes serious action to players, referee, fans or staffs that are racially discriminating. Consequences are either supending them or sending them to jail. I think this is a right approach, especially in this case where player Dani Alves had been racially discriminated, FIFA should take immediate action to the person who not only discriminated Dani Alves but also to those people who are still racially discriminating. Not only does it hurts player's feeling, but also affects their performances. My thoughts on this Incident Brief Description On Incident Being racist can hurt people emotionally. In football, racism is not tolerated. It can affect a player's feeling, they may have a feeling of vengeance towards the person. In this situation it can also affect their performances due to having a deep depression and feeling of vengeance. In worse circumstances some players break into tears. If racism constantly occur in football people could pass on their actions into the society. Affecting not only football but also the society itself. This will become as their habit and leads the world towards a negative way.
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Transcript: Church Beliefs Racism in the United States Racism in the United States has been a part of history whether it’s the slavery we once had, the police brutality during the protests of discrimination, or the racial profiling that still goes on today. Racial profiling has increased in the USA ever since the terrorist attack on September 11, 2001. Muslims and people from the Middle East are still getting the reputation of the killers from 9/11. They have even faced trouble in the airports because of their profile. In the United States history has had some bumps in the road when it comes to racism. When America was first settled slaves were brought and sold from Africa to work for little to no pay for most of their lives. When slavery ended blacks were still facing segregation from white people, forcing them to have separate bathrooms, schools, and even different restaurants. Given the discrimination that still goes on today, Americans have overcome many of the race and color issues. The first black president was voted into office. Racism In the U.S. History of Racism Adolf Hitler was obsessed with race, but not in a good way. He influenced the Nazi party into believing that Jews and other races that weren't completely Caucasian and of German build were inferior to themselves, which fueled the hatred of Jews from Nazis. Adolf Hitler wanted to eradicate, or wipe out, all of the Jews he could find, in an attempt to make his plans for a better world happen. Martin Luther King Jr. was obsessed with race, but in a way that would benefit all of society. Dr. King wanted to get equal rights and end segregation between black and white people, and create equality in the United States, and crush racism. He was successful in his efforts and eventually people were treated equally in the United States, even though racism still exists in some places, people are now given equal rights, and people are treated equally. Social Justice by: Joe, Jake, Haley and Ben 1928: Society ensures social justice when it provides the conditions that allow associations or individuals to obtain what is their due, according to their nature and their vocation. Social justice is linked to the common good and the exercise of authority. I. RESPECT FOR THE HUMAN PERSON 1929: Social justice can be obtained only in respecting the transcendent dignity of man. The person represents the ultimate end of society, which is ordered to him: What is at stake is the dignity of the human person, whose defense and promotion have been entrusted to us by the Creator, and to whom the men and women at every moment of history are strictly and responsibly in debt.35 1930: Respect for the human person entails respect for the rights that flow from his dignity as a creature. These rights are prior to society and must be recognized by it. They are the basis of the moral legitimacy of every authority: by flouting them, or refusing to recognize them in its positive legislation, a society undermines its own moral legitimacy.36 If it does not respect them, authority can rely only on force or violence to obtain obedience from its subjects. It is the Church's role to remind men of good will of these rights and to distinguish them from unwarranted or false claims. 1931: Respect for the human person proceeds by way of respect for the principle that "everyone should look upon his neighbor (without any exception) as 'another self,' above all bearing in mind his life and the means necessary for living it with dignity."37 No legislation could by itself do away with the fears, prejudices, and attitudes of pride and selfishness which obstruct the establishment of truly fraternal societies. Such behavior will cease only through the charity that finds in every man a "neighbor," a brother. 1932: The duty of making oneself a neighbor to others and actively serving them becomes even more urgent when it involves the disadvantaged, in whatever area this may be. "As you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me."38 1933: This same duty extends to those who think or act differently from us. The teaching of Christ goes so far as to require the forgiveness of offenses. He extends the commandment of love, which is that of the New Law, to all enemies.39 Liberation in the spirit of the Gospel is incompatible with hatred of one's enemy as a person, but not with hatred of the evil that he does as an enemy. II. EQUALITY AND DIFFERENCES AMONG MEN 1934: Created in the image of the one God and equally endowed with rational souls, all men have the same nature and the same origin. Redeemed by the sacrifice of Christ, all are called to participate in the same divine beatitude: all therefore enjoy an equal dignity. 1935: The equality of men rests essentially on their dignity as persons and the rights that flow from it: Every form of social or cultural discrimination in fundamental personal rights on the grounds of sex, race, color, social conditions, language, or religion must be curbed and
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