Problems of Race Discrimination of the Usa in the 20th Century

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Contain Introduction Chapter I. About the Race and Racism concept I.1 Race discriminations on ethnicity backgrounds 1.a Racism against the Native Americans 1.b Racism against the African Americans 1.c Racism against the Asian Americans 1.d Racism against the Latinos 1.e Anti-Semitism and Anti-Islamic movements I.2 The Globalization and Racism in Media Age Chapter II. Racism reflections in literary works II.1 African American writers about racism II.2 Comparative analysis of the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird" Harper Lee and story “Going to Meet The Man" by James Baldwin Conclusion Bibliography Introduction My Diploma Paper will discuss the topic “Problems of race discrimination of the USA in the 20th century”. It is considered that the United States of America is a nation of immigrants, where rich and multifarious cultures, different ethnical origins inhabit this land and represent the American diversity. The country has faced and still facing many racial issues from the Civil Right Movement till today. Racism has always been the most discussed topics when it comes to any society problems. The term Racism includes both the belief in racial differences, as well as associated discrimination. Although the term racism usually denotes race-based prejudice[->0], violence[->1], dislike[->2], discrimination[->3], or oppression[->4], the term can also have varying and contested definitions. Racialism[->5] is a related term, sometimes intended to avoid these negative meanings. According to the Oxford English Dictionary[->6], racism is a belief or ideology that all members of each racial group possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, especially to distinguish it as being either superior or inferior to another racial group or racial groups. Racism is the belief that the genetic factors[->7] which constitute race[->8], ethnicity, or

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