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From this standpoint, then, laws—that are created and enacted by the legislative branch, enforced by the executive branch, and interpreted by the judicial branch of government—are actions that are carried out so as to treat citizens in ways that affect their everyday lives. One of the most infamous and extreme examples of racial discrimination in education was the barring of education for black slaves in the United States during the antebellum years, and subsequently the segregation of schools based on race as a result of Jim Crow laws.
Consequently, there is an initial lack of mutual understanding between those in control of the system and the children and families within these systems. students. Most persons of color, according to multiculturalist arguments, must learn Standard English in order to be in equal competition with those who are members of the so-called culture of power. , language arts, mathematics, social studies, and natural science) should address the struggle against racism and any other form of intolerance toward fellow individuals head on.
For example, someone who is ethnically Taiwanese might have 14 Topics in International Education been born in Taiwan and carry Taiwan citizenship. Another individual can be ethnically from Taiwan, carry Canadian citizenship, but reside in the United Kingdom. As Étienne Balibar notes in an article in Public Culture (1996), it is difficult to distinguish between nationality, citizenship, ethnicity, and other aspects of identity. Persons of Color The term “persons of color” is the generally accepted way to refer to someone who is not white or not white and of European ethnicity—specifically in the United States.