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Todays society and the society that Richard lives in are plagued with a confusion called Racism Racism is a behavior performed by the Caucasian country towards the indifference to someone that doesnt look or act like the majority inhabitants Racism commonly took place during the civil war to determine whether or not slavery would be legal in the United States or not Racism still takes place today Some examples of groups or clans that are racist are the Ku Klux Klan and Neo-Nazis In the present any acts of racism is enforced by the law and if the crimes committed with a racist intent caused the punishment is more severe as if it wasnt You dont see that much racism anywhere today but there still some out there Commonly people stereotype different races for what theyre race is known for For instance most black people are good at basketball Most of the NBA is full of black people Stereotyping can be non-offensive but sometimes it can be bad Black people could be seen as gangsters or thugs because of the type of clothes they wear or the way they talk Society commonly draws to conclusions that this race is bad but this doesnt happen all the time In Richards time racism was everywhere The white people stereotyped the black people in every negative way They called him a nigger which is very disrespectful and they also though he was able to do the things the white people wanted him to do Like when he was asked if he could milk a cow Another act of racism during Richards time is when a competitive liquor distribution killed Richards Uncle because his liquor was selling better than the white peoples This was done out of jealousy and hate towards the black race When Richard was delivering papers unknowingly the Ku Klux Klan published the paper There was also a magazine published
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