This paper is the first of three to focus on anti-Aboriginal racism in Canada, beginning with an exploration of the concept of race, its history and contexts, and continuing with a discussion of the various forms of racism within societies. In order to address racism in Canadian society, we must first understand what racism is, how it became a way to identify people, and the forms it takes. Includes 2 pages of references. Forms of racism covered include: Epistemic racism, structural racism, relational racism, embodied racism, social exclusion, systemic racism, colour-blindedness.
Charlotte Reading, “Understanding Racism,” Anti-Racism Digital Library, accessed July 27, 2017, http://sacred.omeka.net/items/show/216.