Racism, neo racism and education

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Juan Illicachi Guzñay

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This work analyzes the discourses and the individual and institutional practices of racial discrimination that operate in the school system and even its exercise in the thinner and more reticulate nettings, and how the racialized subjects are giving themselves alternatives to submission by raising their ethnic and social awareness by: negotiating, resinifying, challenging the system from within. Before that, I explore the devices against racial discrimination in international and national courts’ legal frameworks and their operation in terms of ambiguity and contradiction, and how the emergence of neo racism based on the so-called “post science” (genetic engineering) establishes the possibility of a new and more serious form of racial segregation, based on the genotype or the set of genetic information available from each subject.
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