To stop people from getting treated differently because of there race

To stop people from getting treated differently because of there race

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Mistique started this petition to Geoff Makhubo

The end of apartheid has brought a resurgence of research into racial identities, attitudes and behaviour in South Africa. South Africa remains deeply racialised, in cultural and social terms, as well as deeply unequal, in terms of the distribution of income and opportunities. South Africans continue to see themselves in the racial categories of the apartheid, because these categories have become the basis for apartheid because they retain cultural meaning in everyday life. South Africans continue to inhabit social worlds that are largely defined by race, and many express negative views of other racial groups. There has been little racial integration in residential areas, although schools provide an important opportunity for inter-racial interaction for middle-class children. Experimental and survey research provide little evidence of racism, however darker skin people are getting treated differently at school because of their skin colour.

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