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    The Racial Contract

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    In The Racial Contract, it is argued that contemporary structures of white domination in the United States operate by means of an epistemology of ignorance for white people. White people inadvertently suffer from cognitive dysfunctions such that they cannot understand the racially (and racistly) structured world in which they live and, indeed, helped create. For Mills, while no person of any race is self-transparent, becoming a white person entails a particularly extreme form of self-opacity regarding

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    like Charles Mills’ The Racial Contract, Haunani-Kay Trask’s The Color of Violence and Busangokwakhe Dlamini’s Homosexuality in the African Context. The Racial Contract, according to Mills is “that set of formal or informal agreements or meta-agreements (higher

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    Trump and Racial Contract     The world has been shaped to make European domination with racial contract. Racial contract is a set of formal or informal agreements between one subset of humans also known as a contract between whites. The purpose of the racial contract is a privileging of the whites as a group with respect to non whites as a group because they white supremacy. The agreement mostly concerns the third parties which are blacks. Yes I believe that what has happened with america electing

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    The Racial Contract, by Charles W. Mills

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    The Racial Contract. In this particular text, Mills explores numerous concepts regarding race, how it is viewed by different people, and the sense of hierarchy that has formed because of it. Nevertheless, when certain scholars think about and discuss race in society, they often take different approaches than those by Mills mentioned prior. HowevSimier, regardless of the different approaches that may be taken, often times a common idea can be found amongst them, which further ties in The Racial Contract

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    Felon disenfranchisement laws exclude ex-felons from exercising constitutional rights, like the right to vote exclusively denying them full citizenship. While the laws are intended to be neutral restrictions that exclude members of the ex-felon status group, these laws unfairly treat African-Americans. Statistically speaking one point four Million African- Americans are disenfranchised (Federal Probation a Journal of Correctional Philosophy and Practice). In addition, the denial of ex-felons rights

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    throughout American history we have continuously failed to “treat others like we would like to be treated”, instead we created a world where there is a clear social barrier between whites and non- whites. Charles Mill and the Racial Contract evaluates the deep roots where a racial caste system was first developed, as well as how it continued through history and still remains today. Throughout this essay the reader will gain a deeper understanding

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    affirmative action

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    Kennedy first introduced affirmative action in 1961 although he did not really possess the power to do much about it without the support of Congress. Affirmative action was expanded into the arena of government contracts. Kennedy made a declaration that said that upon accepting a government contract the contractor must pledge not to discriminate against any applicants or employees on the basis of race, creed, color, or national origin(Elliot and Ewoh, p212). Although the contractors made this pledge there

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    existing staff remains on permanent appointed until they are promoted in future. Fiji is a multiracial country, different people with different race, background, religion and culture work in the service industry. The introduction of the employment contract is to increase productivity and competiveness was the major driving force. Reason was that the service sector faced competition from local and or international firms that was usually operating at lower costs. This meant that the managers had to re-engineer

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    Are Footballers Employees of Clubs?

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    understanding of ‘Employment’. The question of whether a footballer could be considered an employee of the club he plays for is a tricky one enmeshed in a number of technical intricacies, such as the distinction in the nature of a ‘contract of service’ and a ‘contract for service’. Given that a fair amount of murkiness surrounds the understanding of the ‘normal’ constitution of a relationship of ‘Employment’, an even greater uncertainty is expected when an anomalous relationship such as that between

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    Communication and Culture

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    My most interesting and most challenging job is one in the same. It was for a small, start-up trucking company. The owner, who already owned one small, non-union trucking company, had secured a contract with a large national grocery chain to haul groceries outside a 150-mile radius of the city. However, because the grocery chain was a unionized company, the owner, in fear of an attempt to organize his current trucking company, chose to start a new entity to handle the newly acquired business. This

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