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Institutionally Constructed Racism and Its Ongoing Effects in Modern America
The administration of the current president George Bush has also been accused of allowing hundreds of blacks to die in hurricane Katrina. Victims claim that the government failed to give proper warnings about the impending disaster or provide means of evacuation for the majority black population of New Orleans. "According to a recent Gallop Poll, NBC news Kerry Saunders reported ...six out of every ten black New Orleans residents said if most of Katrina's victims were white, relief would have arrived sooner."(Sanders 2006) Racism is even built into the television shows American watch. A popular drama called 'House,' recently depicted an African American man being offered by a Black doctor a special treatment specifically designed for African Americans because they tend to suffer nitric oxide deficiencies. After refusing the medicine he finally leaves satisfied after being given a drug by a white doctor who tells him, that is what they "give to republicans."(Klick, Satel 2006) This portrayal only continues to highlight the way the dominant white society as a whole, regard the African American Race as inferior and not worthy of receiving the same level of treatment as whites.…
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