Slide 2: Racial Discrimination
a primary determinant of human traits and capacities
Certain racial groups denied rights of benefits
Human populations are divided into separate races
Slide 3: History of
West European: Arab Slave Trade In Africa
United States: American Colonization Society
Slide 4: History of
Heinrich Himmler Speech
Slide 5: When some people use the "race" they attach a biological meaning, still others use "race" as a socially constructed concept. It is clear that even though race does not have a biological meaning, it does have a social meaning which has been legally constructed.
Slide 6: Which federal laws cover racial Discrimination? Who does it protect?
Slide 7: What is the difference between race discrimination and racial harassment?
Slide 8: Workplace Discrimination
Laws of Employment/ Work Situations
Employment Policies/ Practices
Slide 9: Fast Facts:
69.3 percent of racial hate crime offenses in 2006 were on the basis of black discrimination.
Some companies discriminating against employees have been forced to pay millions in settlements during recent years.
A policy requiring men to be clean shaven can discriminate against black men.