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From The Introduction: THE COLOUR OF DEMOCRACY: RACISM IN CANADIAN .
In spite of the historical and contemporary evidence of racism as a pervasive and intractable reality in Canada, the above statements have become mantras, which, when repeated, cast an illusory spell that has allowed Canadians to ignore the harsh reality of a society divided by colour and ethnicity. Canada suffers from historical amnesia.
Colour of Democracy Racism in Canadian Society Paperback – 2009. by Frances Henry; Carol Tator (Author).
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Canadian law uses the term "visible minority" to refer to people of colour (but not aboriginal Canadians) .
Canadian law uses the term "visible minority" to refer to people of colour (but not aboriginal Canadians), introduced by the Employment Equity Act of 1995. However, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination stated this term may be considered objectionable by certain minorities and recommended an evaluation of this term
The colour of democracy. racism in Canadian society.
The colour of democracy. Published 1995 by Harcourt Brace Canada in Toronto. Social conditions, Race relations, In library, Racism. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Is racism something we learn as children, or is it a result of certain social groups striving to maintain their privileged positions in society? In Racialized Politics, political scientists, sociologists, and psychologists explore the current debate surrounding the sources of racism in America. Published here for the first time, the essays represent three major approaches to the topic
The Colour of Democracy: Racisim in Canadian Society.
The Colour of Democracy: Racisim in Canadian Society. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780774732550. Release Date:January 1995.
The Colour of Democracy is the only text in Canada to examine institutionalized racism rather than focus .
The Colour of Democracy is the only text in Canada to examine institutionalized racism rather than focus on ethnicity alone. Institutionalized racism is the theory that racist attitudes are embedded in the policies and practices of many Canadian institutions, including government, media, education, the justice system, and employment. This book examines each of these areas and more, discussing why racism continues to exist despite society’s best intentions and exploring how Canadian society has responded to the issue.
Racism is the presumption that the representatives of other race are superior to another, so racists proclaim members of their . Racists accuse people of other races in misconducts, crimes, all the sorts of faults and stupidities.
Racism is the presumption that the representatives of other race are superior to another, so racists proclaim members of their race are in social, moral, psychological and intellectual advantage, and that is why they deserve ranges of exceptional privileges.