639336-race and identity in the U.S

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Username 1 Name: Professor’s name: Course: Date: Race and identity in the United State The episode gives the answers to the differences that exist among the people based on race that give Whites more priority as compared to Blacks in the United States. It shows the challenges that come with the genetics based on the race of an individual as it reveals how the myth of identity took hold and enables Whites to be the superpower. The idea of stigmatization in the U.S bases on the grounds of language, class, customs, as well as specific religion. From the episode, it turns out clearly that the concept of race among the people of different identities remains to be the recent intervention. It shows that only a few past years and the history concerning the evolution of the idea of race and identity continues to be deeply attachable to the evolvement of the United States.
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