Racism Book: A Brief History of Racism: From the Roman Empire to North America

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College Press returns with one other brief and fascinating guide – a short historical past of racism.

Racism is the assumption that completely different races possess sure qualities or skills that make them inferior or superior to 1 one other. Racism is nothing new, after all. Commerce, migration, and conflict have launched completely different races of individuals to one another for 1000’s of years. A few of these introductions have resulted in peaceable alliances, joint enterprise ventures, and life-saving improvements. However a lot of these introductions have revealed frequent human weaknesses: cowardly concern, willful ignorance, and unspeakable cruelty.

From the proto-racism of the traditional Greco-Roman world, to medieval antisemitism, to racism in America, to the Armenian Genocide, to the Holocaust, to the Soviet deportations from Lithuania, to the Rwandan Genocide, to the Rohingya disaster in Myanmar, racism has managed to grotesquely disfigure billions of human minds with hate whereas unleashing soul-crushing, life-destroying violence on an industrial scale. But, there may be progress. And there may be hope.

This brief guide peels again the veil and gives a short glimpse into the heart-wrenching historical past of racism – a glimpse that you could learn in about an hour.

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Racism Book: A Brief History of Racism: From the Roman Empire to North America
Racism Book: A Brief History of Racism: From the Roman Empire to North America

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