Racism (I) Racism is the belief that there are inherent differences in people's traits and capacities which are entirely due to their race, however defined, and which consequently justify those people being treated differently, both socially and legally.
Racism (II) The racism is an insidious moral and social disease that affects people and populations about the world. It is diagnosed by the cataloguing of his diverse symptoms and manifestations, which include fear, intolerance, separation, segregation, discrimination and hatred. Though all these symptoms of racism can demonstrate, the only underlying reason of the racial prejudice is the ignorance.
¿Cuáles son las implicaciones para la sociedad? Which are the implications for the society? Racism has molded our societies of nowadays. Really, the racial prejudice has molded societies from the beginning of the times. From Hitler and the Nazi to the owners of slaves of the south of America, the prejudice of a race in opposition to other one has resulted in atrocities.
What does the society do against the racism? To offset the disease of the racism, the modern companies of today have proposed and promulgated laws to assure that the people "should "treat" "himself" mutually with respect and dignity, his inalienable right being allowed some to others the life and the freedom. Whereas the actions of the men can be legislated, his hearts and fears not.