An example of this would be if a Japanese American prejudged a Mexican American based on the racist stereotypes of Latinos found in mainstream culture.
" Digging deeper, we discover studies indicating that, in actuality, discrimination contributes to the black-white unemployment gap.
In 2003, researchers at the University of Chicago and MIT released a study involving 5,000 fake resumes, finding that 10 percent of resumes featuring “Caucasian-sounding” names were called back compared to just 6.7 percent of resumes featuring “black-sounding” names.
Moreover, resumes featuring names such as Tamika and Aisha were called back just 5 and 2 percent of the time. have spent lifetimes in a society which traditionally values whites lives over theirs, they are as likely to believe in the superiority of whites, themselves.
The skill level of the faux black candidates made no impact on callback rates. It’s also worth noting that in response to living in a racially stratified society, people of color sometimes complain about whites.
It suggests the writer hasn't yet made up his mind about the Romans' achievements and isn't ready to commit them to paper.
." Wishy-washy statements, undercut by waffling like "might seem to be possibly," are usually the product of incomplete thinking.
Given the choice between dolls completely identical in every way except for their color, the black children disproportionately chose the latter, often even going so far as to refer to the dark-skinned dolls with derision and epithets.
In 2005, teen filmmaker Kiri Davis conducted a similar study, finding that 64 percent of black girls interviewed preferred white dolls.
A number of prominent minorities, including the biracial President Obama, have been accused of being anti-white.
Though the validity of such claims is clearly debatable, the Supreme Court continues to receive appeals seeking determinations on cases submitting the creation of white bias by affirmative action programs.