Cultural Racism:A truly great moment in public education.Seattle has more dogs than children in the public schools.Maybe this is one of the reasons.Via LewRockwell.com Blog
Those aspects of society that overtly and covertly attribute value and normality to white people and Whiteness, and devalue, stereotype, and label people of color as “other”, different, less than, or render them invisible. Examples of these norms include defining white skin tones as nude or flesh colored, having a future time orientation, emphasizing individualism as opposed to a more collective ideology, defining one form of English as standard, and identifying only Whites as great writers or composers.
The network of institutional structures, policies, and practices that create advantages and benefits for Whites, and discrimination, oppression, and disadvantages for people from targeted racial groups. The advantages created for Whites are often invisible to them, or are considered “rights” available to everyone as opposed to “privileges” awarded to only some individuals and groups.
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Here's some definitions of "racism" from The Seattle Public Schools:
Posted by Steve Bartin at 1:42 PM