Asked in Discrimination
What's the pattern of discrimination against people trying to buy homes in minority and racially changing neighborhoods called?
Asked in World War 1
How was African American soldiers treated in World War 1?
African Americans were still treated with discrimination and prejudice, so they served in racially segregated units. ...
Asked in Discrimination, Population
Most racist country in the world?
Many folks name Japan, where it is common to openy express the view that anyone not racially JApanese is less than human, where discrimination against blacks, Koreans, and whites is widespread, and the government admits that is ratified UN anti-discrimination conventions just to look good. ...
What did the court say about the concept of separate but equal?
In the pivotal case of Plessy v. Ferguson in 1896, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that racially separate facilities, if equal, did not violate the Constitution. Segregation, the Court said, was not discrimination. ...
Asked in US Constitution
Which amendment did the Voters' Right Act of 1965 really strengthen?
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 strengthened the 15th Amendment by prohibiting laws that allowed discrimination in voting. Many laws of this sort were being used to discriminate racially at the time. ...
What are some major racial or ethnic groups in Japan?
Japanese society is racially homogeneous with small populations of foreign workers, Zainichi Koreans, Japanese Brazilians, chinese, Filipinos and others. The most dominant native ethnic group is the Yamato people; the primary minority groups include the indigenous Ainu and Ryukyuan, as well as social minority groups like the Burakumin. ...
Asked in Local Laws, Discrimination, Flags, Ku Klux Klan
Is it illegal to be racist?
No, you can be a racist if you want to, but it's best not to share it with other people. There's no law against racial hatred just discrimination. However, if there's a crime committed, like a beating or something, it could be considered a hate crime if it was proven to be racially motivated. ...
Asked in State Laws
What is the name for school segregation that results from racially divided neighborhoods rather than state laws?
When segregation is ordered by law, it is called de jure segregation; when created by social or environmental circumstances it is called de facto segregation. De facto means "existing in fact," without being mandated by law. ...
Why was bowling one of the first racially integrated sports?
Bowling was one of the first racially integrated sport, because bowling alleys were primarily located in urban areas. ...
Asked in Holocaust, Rwanda, Genocide, Similarities Between
What are some of the similarities between the Rwanda genocide and the Holocaust?
Both were racially motivated. Both were directed against a minority that was not in a position to defend itself. In both the killings happened extremely quickly. The 'outside' world knew about both. The 'outside' world did not want to know about either - till it was over. ...
Asked in Brown v. Board of Education
The court case that ruled that racially separated schools were unconstitutional?
Brown v. Board of Education is the court case that ruled that racially separated schools were unconstitutional. The case was decided in 1954. ...
What are the release dates for Arnez J- Racially Motivated - 2013 TV?
Arnez J- Racially Motivated - 2013 TV was released on: USA: 30 January 2013 ...
Asked in Books and Literature, Short Stories
What is Living Up the Street about?
"Living Up The Street" by Gary Soto is a collection of short stories inspired by growing up Chicano in Fresno, California. The stories reflect the thoughts and adventures of a Mexican-American child growing up in the racially diverse neighborhoods that ranged from the ideals imposed by an Anglo-dominated society to violence and criminal mischief. ...
Asked in Nazi Party, Fascism
Did the Nazis believe that they were racially superior?
Yes. It was a core belief of their ideology.
Asked in Discrimination
Which demographic group will receive the most discrimination in the next decade?
Racial discrimination is a fact of life and simply a part of the xenophobia that has always been with us. who is racially discriminated against all depends on where you happen to live, if a white man runs a farm in Africa he may well be disposed because he is white. Jewish people discriminate against gentiles and don't allow intermarriage except on their own terms. Smart people are disliked throughout the whole of society because they are feared by those that are...
What was the most racial state during Martin Luther King Jrs time?
If your asking what the most Racially segragated state was,i'd say it was it was Alabama, though all of the southern states were pretty divided racially. ...
Asked in United Kingdom, Wales
Is there racial discrimination in the University of Wales?
I attended the University of Wales: Bangor and there was a racially mixed student body. Many students came from England and Wales, as you might expect, but there were also students from the Irish Republic and Northern Ireland, Scotland, USA, Canada and many other places. Bangor was particularly popular with Japanese and Greek students of accountancy and finance and there was a fairly large percentage of these students. In my time living there I never saw or heard of any racially motivated...