Hill%20%281%29 - Understandingracism ProfessorAdrienneLo

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  5/23/11 Understanding “racism” Professor Adrienne Lo ANTH 104/LING 104
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 5/23/11 There are marked differences in health, education,  employment, and poverty between racial groups in  the US Yet this is not seen as a product of “racism” What is the popular understanding of “racism”? What do we call “racism”?
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 5/23/11 The popular understanding of 
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 5/23/11 It was widespread in the past It is limited now to overt declarations of White  supremacy + hatred made by a tiny number of  anachronists(e.g. the KKK) Most people today are not racist, bec. they do not  overtly avow personal hatred towards people of  another race or believe in the biological inferiority  of other races The popular understanding  of 
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 5/23/11 1) Biology: Races are biologically real. They are  biologically distinct geographic populations formed 
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