Racial capitalism and racialization - Surname1 Student\u2019s Name Professor\u2019s Name Course Number Course Code Section Number Date Racial Capitalism

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Surname1 Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Number Course Code Section Number Date Racial Capitalism and Racialization Introduction Education has been taunted as one of the most essential aspects of the modern human life. Countries across the world have invested heavily in their education sectors that have overseen a variety of students from other countries applying for scholarships to undertake their various courses. The intermingling of students from different countries no only comes along with the benefits of social integrations but also promotes cultural flexibilities in the learning institutions. A school fee that is paid by such students becomes a source of income to the learning institutions. In pursuit of their education, the students brings along the much needed foreign incomes as the travels to the countries and back creates the incomes required by the government to invest in development that is gained from air tickets and other forms of taxation.
Surname2 The move of allowing students from different countries to undertake academic courses in the institutions creates big minds across the world and has also led to globalization of the education sector. However, there have been other emerging issues related to the overseas transfer of minds that limits the effectiveness of such transitions. Some learning institutions in the countries face serious management problems that are created by racial discriminations against the black minority of students in the institutions (Leath et al. 19) . This has created a sharp decrease in the number of students willing to travel to the country to undertake their academic courses and opt to do their courses through online programs. Another deterrent issue on the academic transition of the black students has been cited as the racial capitalism in the institutions that has been termed by the students that are among the minority groups of the academic world as a money minting program. On our part, the focus shall dwell on racialization and racial capitalism as a major determent of the effectiveness of undergoing through smooth academic journey in western countries. Racialization Racialization on its part is a contradictory and a complex process by which certain groups of people are designated and labeled as belonging to a certain race that forms a basis for subjection to a differential and unequal treatment compared to others. It involves the manufacture and utilization of the notion of race in different capacities. Racialization in education forms an

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