Racisim in Mexico

Posted on January 15, 2012 • Filed under: Culture, Human Rights Latin America, Mexico, Social Issues

Today it adds an economic racism, where race may be less important when discriminating as the socio-economic factor (income, habits, customs). In the Mexican case the kind of racism that most can identify discrimination are behaviors that correspond to giving inferior treatment to another person usually for social, ethnic, sexual (Torres S, Alcantara, H, and Mercado, A. 1998 ).

The video experiment of the “racism in Mexico,” is a reflection of the culture of racial discrimination that exists in the country. The anti-Indian racism, despite having been denied for so many decades after mixing, is a clear phenomenon of great social and (Gall, O. 2004).
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