Race, Ethnicity and institutional racism by: Natalia Lobo

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1. Races aren't fixed immutable categories they are defined by societies

2. The race is a socially constructed category, which is used to categorize people who share biological traits that society believes are important.

3. Ethnicities are socially constructed categories based on cultural traits that a society finds important

3.1. In the early 1900s anyone who wasnt a white anglo-saxon ptotestant was considered "ethic".

4. TERM HISPANIC Originated in the US centus in 1970, as a way of describing those whose heritage originated in a Spanish-speaking country

5. TERM LATINO someone whose heritage originates from nations in the americas that are south of the United States.

6. Ethnic group is group that has a shared cultural heritage: Language tradition and religion.

7. According to Oxford, institutional racism is discrimination that has become established as normal behavior within a society or organization.

8. Both terms Race and Ethnicity, are used in insitutional racisms as a justifucation on racism, and people use this terms as a base when talking about this topic.