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Der Einfluss von Minderheiten auf die Bekämpfung des Rassismus

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Zusammenfassung

Der Rassismus in seinen offen zu Tage tretenden Formen wird im Allgemeinen verurteilt. Nicht verurteilt werden aber bestimmte alltägliche Verhaltensweisen, die auf subtile Weise diskriminieren und denen entsprechende latente Einstellungen zu Grunde liegen. Dies liegt vor allem daran, dass hierüber wenig Bewusstsein existiert.

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