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Kaya Johnson Boyd 1 English 205 Jennifer Cost September 19 2000 Savage Labor By a conservative estimate there are 27 million people working under various forms of slavery in the world today and the number is growing Anonymous pg14 This is the size of a small country There are many reasons why this slavery has come about Racism is one of them Ever since people have come across somebody of another skin color or background there has been racism Racism is instilled in our minds and comes out as hatred Society shows this hate by treating different cultures and backgrounds than their own like lower class citizens or inferior You can go as far to say that some people are treated as scum or savages Savages by definition are uncivilized and not domesticated The fact that we are all human beings is forgotten and much of this hatred is passed on from generation to generation without even the root of this prejudice being known Most of our thoughts about other people stem from our parents and immediate family The ideas that our paren ts have are transferred to us by actions as well as language The media plays a huge role also Since the time that television had been invented the word of racism has spread even more rapidly With the continuation of modern technology this message will spread even faster in the future What we must look at is the causes of this hatred and why we feel the way we do Takaki looks at the history of multicultural America Since the time the Puritans came to America and immigration started this country has become a land of many peoples and cultures Boyd 2 We have opened our doors for the land of opportunity to be sought but who says this land would be nice Maybe the Statue of Libertys
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