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    RACISM is a specific form of discrimination and exclusion faced by minority ethnic groups.

    RACISM is based on the false belief that 'some' races are inherently superior to others because of different skin colour, nationality, ethnic or cultural background.

    RACISM deprives people of their basic human rights, dignity and respect


    •  Quand je serai grand je serai artiste.
    • Et je peindrai tout le monde 'pareil'.



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    1. That slogan is promoting , cultural and historical pride among African Americans.

    2. What is the most segregated city in America ?

    3. Martin Luther King was shot to death in Memphis in 1968 by a .

    4. Our President has appealed for an end to .

    5. You can't let those people insult any particular or ethnic group !

    6. I am sure relations have rarely been at so sensitive a point in our country.

    7. They will lead actions tending to amalgamate diverse groups.

    8. An employer shouldn't discriminate against employees because of their .

    9. Mark S. used harsh language and seemed to approve discrimination.

    10. I disagree ! You can't call that behaviour , it's sexism.

    11. Although slavery had been abolished, all Southern states enforced strict separation.

    12. The KKK : a group which lynched many people at the beginning of the 20th century.

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