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Also, consider the history of Native Americans, a race all but annihilated because of genocidal policies instituted by people like Spencer Phips. Our identity has been stripped away, lost to time, yet the most offensive word toward us still exists—where else?—but in this nation's capital.

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Military and civil resistance by Native Americans has been a constant feature of American history. So too have a variety of debates around issues of sovereignty, the upholding of treaty provisions, and the civil rights of Native Americans under U.S. law.

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- A Statement by the Administrative Board, National Catholic Welfare Conference (August 23, 1963) that reaffirms the U.S. Catholic bishops' official position against racial discrimination and segregation.

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While there has been much progress made towards the idea of racial equality in America there still is work to be done in educating the youth and optimizing their environment to support equality and racial tolerance. The adults and significant others in the lives of the children are the examples that the children learn to follow as they get older. By educating the children at a young age about the dangers of stereotype we can minimize the transference of racism to the future generations.

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- Most Reverend Edward K. Braxton, Ph.D., S.T.D., Bishop of Belleville (Illinois) shares his thoughts on racism in his pastoral letter and study guide, The Racial Divide in the United States: A Reflection for the World Day of Peace 2015.

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Garret (2009) tells us that prejudice and bigotry are learned behaviors, or habits that people begin to form when they are in an environment where others do the same. The adults in the young American’s live are the examples that the young children see and learn from, and when a parent or other significant other displays racist behavior the child is likely to learn at a young age that other races are not equal to his or her own race. One important step to reducing the racism in America is to include curriculum in all education programs that supports equality in the minds of the youth. A second step that could be taken is to eliminate stereotypes in the classroom through open discussion of equality and education regarding the dangers of stereotypes. These measures can help support equality and counter the effects of any racism or bigotry that takes place in the children’s homes by helping them see and understand what stereotypes and racism are and that they should be avoided. This shows incidental racism in that the African Americans were allowed to have their own rally, but the rally was segregated and prejudice was shown by the. In this case the African American crime rate would justify security precautions, however degraded quality of the route and the excessiveness of the police response reveals a racist intent.

Bishops Address The Sin of Racism

Racism has been a problem in the United States of America for a long time, dating back to early America when the Native Americans were often attacked, relocated, and forcibly assimilated into European culture. The African slave trade also helped contribute to the environment of a racist culture in America by debasing the African races and teaching Caucasian Americans that they are better than the African races. Although the civil rights of African Americans has improved over the last few decades and America now has an African American president racism still has a strong presence.A common modern trend in America is incidental racism, which is giving other races equal opportunity and using other elements to justify racist behavior.