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In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries Linnaeus and other scientist attempted to categorize humans into racial groups p6 In this time the categories stuck because people wanted to justify taking land from and money from America and Asia p7 Categorizing humans made these actions justifiable In the article Exposing Race as an Obsolete Biological Concept they say Racial categories are not biological realities but social constructions Another concept that is seen as obsolete is perceiving race as something that does not change We now know that living beings can and will change overtime In addition there is definition as to where one race begins and another one ends How do we define one race from another one Lastly through scientific study scientist has found that there is little to no genetic variation between one race and another One white man and one black man may be more similar genetically than two black menSonia Neito makes the point that being nice will never resolve the real problem of racism In this article she focuses on how we need to change our education system in order to solve racism We have got to change the way we think I believe Glenn E Singleton and Curtis Linton would most definitely agree with Sonia on this point According to Singleton and Linton the key to making education successful are doing things in a way that you can cross boundaries of a persons background These men say that passion is what is needed to do this I believe this is also what Sonia is saying A teacher must be more than nice a teacher must have passion for what they do in order for all students to be successfulA recurring theme in all of the articles we have read is courage All of these authors potray courage because they are talking about things that make people squirm They are writing and introducing a whole new way to perceive those
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