Stereotyping, Discrimination and Hate

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Stereotyping, Discrimination and Hate

Most people think of discrimination only involving different races. Yet for some stereotypes, they are about your sexuality. In this photo, this man is holding a profound sign that is a symbol of just one type of stereotype and discrimination in this world.

Sikhs living in America since 9/11 have had to endure discrimination that more often then not turns into violence. In this article, a man was beaten and called names for wearing his turban. However, the sad truth to this story is that the reason this man was attacked was due to the fact that many people believe if you wear a turban then you are Muslim. These men who wear turbans have no ties to Islam, but must suffer from discrimination in the world.

In this picture of a black man staring at a whites only sign it shows the brutality of discrimination on the black race. Taken in a time where this discrimination and hate was acceptable, this man is accepting his fate while staring at what he wishes he could be.

"If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them." (Leviticus 20:13 )

Stereotyping, Discrimination,and Hate

In Leviticus 20:13, it states that if a man is laying with another man like he would a woman, then he will be put to death. Surprisingly enough, this passage is written and currently stands within the Christian Holy Bible. Some religions target specific groups and discriminate against them.

Stereotypes effect almost every different type of person. Whehter they are the truth or not, stereotypes can lead to discrimination, and can greatly impact the mental health of victims.

Developing from discrimination, several hate groups fromed in order to do what they believed was right. In this picture, it shows the Ku Klux Klan about to murder a black man, most likely for just being black.

"There's something in our world that makes men lose their heads—they couldn't be fair if they tried. In our courts, when it's a white man's word against a black man's, the white man always wins. They're ugly, but those are the facts of life" (Lee 252).

In To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, Atticus Finch speaks these wise words of wisdom. He is telling his children about the racism in this world and the unjust ways of whites to blacks. This novel is about the discrimination and segregation of blacks in a small town called Maycomb in Alabama. Throughout the novel, the immese amount of hatred for blacks prevails through during this time period.

This video, about a white man, black man, and skinny, blonde girl all stealing the same bike, portrays the discrimination to men especially those of dark skin. After each of the actors had finished “stealing” the bike, the producers proved the harsh stereotypes still on black men.

This photo was taken during the Holocaust. Here, Jewish families are being forced from their home because of their religion. The strong discrimination lead to violence against the Jews

Shadow of Hate is a video that timelines different periods of stereotyping, discrimination, and stereotyping. This video is important for many to see because it explains where many stereotypes originated.


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