This Is a Essay About Rascism

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Human beings share the common yet distinctive anatomical structure. The basic anatomy and physiology is uniform among the different individuals of species homosapiens. Yet there are differences in the appearance, colour of the skin, physical viability and adaptability, cranial structure and numerous other such factors. These traits are transformed from one generation to another. These characteristics are also influenced by the environmental and geographical variations. Despite sharing such striking uniformity, not all the individuals showcase solidarity and respect towards other human beings. The idea or notion that a certain race of people is better than the other defines the term 'racism'. The fundamental changes in appearance of the individuals of a particular race are only due to geographical and environmental factors. Over the time, these traits are passed from one generation to another which makes these characteristics even more noticeable and peculiar. But in the whole description nowhere it is found that due to any of the cited reasons a particular race of people is better than others. Still, one cannot deny from the fact that racism does persist in the modern world. According to various researches, it has been evident that the practice got its origin way back in 18th century in European continent. From there, it spread to rest of the world, wherever, the influence of Europeans grew and flourished. Claiming to be the most civilized and leading race of the modern world, Europeans treated the Africans and Asians like 'sub-humans'. This was important in the context that Europeans were the rulers and were treating others as labour. This workforce was available to them by the inhabitants of these continents as salves. Due to poverty and particular tribal life style, the slave class in turn accepted the 'inferiority status' granted by their bread givers. In

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