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Covert: This is more hidden meaning it is more easily hidden and, there more easily denied or discounted. An example would be a woman not getting a job because she is a woman, Conscious: Conscious is when someone may not hire someone because of a negative stereotype they believe without realizing that's why they didn’t hire them Unconscious: When someone may hire someone only because of their cultural group because they feel more comfortable around them.
Aboriginal Studies 30 Theme Three 3 Institutional: A government or business that does not provide easy wheelchair access. This makes it more difficult for part of the population to receive it’s services. Subtle: If a rent sign on an apartment declares that no minority groups can apply. This is against the law an can be taken to court Blatant: Verbal: A racial slur or joke. Non-verbal: Someone can say they like a minority group but then make a facial suggestion, suggesting they don’t actually like them. Next we are going to take a closer look at institutional discrimination. Follow the link on the next page to boundless.com and explore the issue in greater detail. Follow the link to take a closer look at examples of Institutional Prejudice or Discrimination Now let’s take what we have learned and apply it to a distinctly Canadian perspective. Are the Indigenous peoples of Canada being discriminated against at an institutional level? Does the discrimination, stereotyping and racism experienced by Indigenous peoples meet the criteria set forth by your textbook and the website above regarding institutionalized discrimination?
Aboriginal Studies 30 Theme Three 4 Follow the link to read the January 15th, 2015 MacLean’s article titled, Canada’s race problem? It’s even worse than America’s, by Scott Gilmore. Being stereotyped is a common experience of First Nation, Metis or Inuit people. It has negative impacts on many aspects of Indigenous peoples lives, including health care. Follow the link to read the CTV News article titled, Aboriginal Canadians face racism, stereotyping in urban health care: report “First Nations youth being stopped in northern Ontario streets is such a significant problem, Reitberger said, that Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services created a card it encourages them to carry at all times. It outlines their rights and includes text they can show or read to an officer if they are stopped.” (CBC News/ Sept 26th, 2016) See a copy of the card below.
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Aboriginal Studies 30 Theme Three 6 Utilizing the resources above, or your own research, answer the following questions in paragraph form. Are the Indigenous peoples of Canada being discriminated against at an institutional level? Does the discrimination, stereotyping and racism experienced by Indigenous peoples meet the criteria set forth by your textbook and the website above regarding institutionalized discrimination? (ensure to cite all sources used) To start off, from a personal view many people are racist without

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