An experiment discovered the effect of culture on racism. The Clark Doll Test reveals the damaging effects of racial stereotypes and ethnic segregation in America. The Clark Doll Test The study shows us the damage caused by segregation and structural racism in the self-perception of children between six and nine years of age. Study Background
Some individuals feel a more or less explicit rejection of the Anglo-Saxon. We are possibly facing one of the most peculiar phobias and disorders that are known. Anglophobia is a totally irrational and passionate feeling of hatred towards everything that has to do with English culture, specifically England. Well, not to be confused with Anglo-Saxon.
We remember the best thoughts of the African American leader El-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz. Malcolm X, whose real name was Malcolm Little (and changed to El-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz when he converted to Islam), was an American human and racial rights defender. Born in 1925, African American Malcolm X is one of the most remembered and mythical