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1.Introduction 2.What is racism? 2.1 Definition of racism 2.2Why is "black people" correct but ,,colored people" is not? 3. History of Racism in the USA 3.1 Slavery 3.2 Black Power Movement - Rosa Parks 3.3 Black Power Movement - Martin Luther King 3.4 White Supremacy 4.Black Lives Matter Outline 4.1 The new millennium 4.2 Police Brutality 4.3 What is "Black Lives Matter"? 4.4 Why "Black Lives Matter" and not "All Lives Matter"? 5. Conclusion Attachments 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 9 11 12 12 13 14 15 16 17 Research Paper English GK March, 2021 Black Lives Matter Why Black Lives Matter and not All Lives Matter? Q1, 12th class 1.Introduction After much deliberation, I decided on the topic of ,,Why Black Lives Matter and not All Lives Matter?" The Black Lives Matter" movement is one of the largest in US history and has gained considerable media attention in 2020. This movement has also received huge support from many people from all around the world. Personally I felt very affected by all this events and decided to write this project paper about the topic „Why Black Lives Matter and not All Lives Matter." Many people are still not aware of this topic and are misinformed when it comes to racist remarks. My goal is to inform them about systematically racism towards black people. This research paper deals with the question why „Black Lives Matter and not All lives Matter“ because of the criticism many people have...

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shown towards this movement regarding the importance of all races. When the „Black Lives Matter" movement has started, many critical voices have been raised because the movement only supported the black community. In the following chapters of this research paper I will discuss in detail why black people need more support than other races. I also believe that it is important for this matter to be discussed at every school. Topics like racism are discussed very poorly at school lessons. Many students are not very well informed about its importance and do not even know the historical background of black people. Even the famous speech of Dr. Martin Luther King remains unknown to many students. Because of that, some students behave wrongly at school towards students of color and even call them by names e.g. by using the „N-Word." But not only at schools people behave wrongly towards other races. This can also been seen on German TV recently. At a round table from WDR (West German Radio and Television Network) participants of white race have criticized and commented what are considered as racism and not. They have not taken the topic racism seriously and have made fun of many names people of different races are been called in Germany. The participants of the TV show and the TV channel itself have provoked a wave of protest. Many Germans do not understand how a discussion of racism take place on TV without the participation of victims of racism or people of different races. This 3 incident brings out the importance of the topic and shows that racism is not only a big issue in the USA, but also in Germany. My hope is that the „Black Lives Matter" movement have created room for conversation between all races. This research paper is part of the discussion why Black Lives matter and not All Lives Matter." The main goal is to show that black people are more affected towards racism. Police violence, discrimination and systemic racism are major topics which will been discussed in this research paper. 2.What is racism? 2.1 Definition of racism The beginnings of racism were laid in antiquity, where different ethnic groups were oppressed. Many researchers use the concept of race on people. The term racism is derived from the doctrine that believes in the existence of human races. Under the concept of race theory, pan-European people with a different appearance or religion were murdered and enslaved. After the Second World War, the concept of racism was worked up and processed. In the USA this lasted a little longer, between white and dark-skinned people was made until 1948. Even today, racist structures can still be recognized in society, such as the problems within the police force that became large in 2020.1 There are different forms of racism as one foundation shows here. On the one hand, there is daily racism. A partly unconscious form of racism. For example, we talk about Africa in class and everyone looks at the black child in the class. This is called "daily racism". Then there is "state racism". The whole thing is a legal discrimination within the state. For example National Socialism, Apartheid in the Southern States in 1877.² And last but not least we have Structural Racism. There are some studies that prove that black people in the rules are controlled more often by the police than white people(please find attached: Black People are more likely to be victims of deadly police violence). Apart from that, the punishments for the same crime are harsher for black people. That is, black people get a 20% longer prison sentence than white people. The 1 https://www.humanrights.ch/de/ipf/menschenrechte/rassismus/dossier/was-ist-rassismus/ (27.02.2021). Human rights: Was ist Rassismus? - Definitionen Meldung vom 07.01.2013 2 https://www.amadeu-antonio-stiftung.de/rassismus/was-ist-rassismus/ (27.02.2021) Amadeu Antonio Stiftung: Was ist Rassismus? Meldung vom 05.02.2019 4 unemployment rate for black americans is also significantly higher than that for white americans(please find attached: unemployment rate USA) Basically, we speak of racism when people think that they are better because of their origin and, accordingly, they attribute negative characteristics to others who do not have this origin. They do this to strengthen their position. Racism is different from discrimination in that not only individuals are considered inferior, but entire groups are considered inferior. Racism is so dangerous because it is not only exclusion that can lead to inferiority complexes, but also persecution and murder because of it.3 2.2Why is "black people" correct but ,,colored people" is not? The term "black" people is the one that black people have chosen for themselves. When we speak of dark-skinned people, we can just as well mean Indians or people who simply have a dark skin tone. But when we talk about black people, we are talking about the people who experience racism because of their skin color and have been enslaved for centuries. Means nothing other than not white. This is not about skin color but about political construction in a global power structure. The self-drawing black is one that takes place predominantly outside the African continent. The term black is a break against foreign attribution that white people use as pejorative terms such as the N word or colored.4 Terms like "colored" have Black People not chosen by themselves and are therefore not correct. This term was created at the time of colonialism by white people who oppressed black people. In addition, "people of color" is also a term that people who have experienced racism have given themselves. Here, a political position is marked which understands itself in solidarity. 5 To sum up as mentioned at the beginning, being black does not necessarily mean looking black. There are people who have both a white and a black parent. So it can be that the child or the person is lightskin or darkskin. Either way, this person is black. So it can also be that someone with a non-African background is 3 https://www.frieden-fragen.de/entdecken/leben-in-vielfalt/was-ist-rassismus.html (27.02.2021) Berghof Foundation : Was ist Rassismus? Meldung vom Jahre 2021 4 https://diversity-arts-culture.berlin/woerterbuch/schwarz 5.https://www.zdf.de/kinder/logo/sprache-gegen-rassismus-100.html (28.02.2021) ZDF Sprache gegen Rassismus Meldung vom 17.06.2020 & https://www.amadeu-antonio-stiftung.de/w/files/ pdfs/juan-faecher.pdf (28.02.2021)Amadeu Antonio Stiftung-Antisemitismus und rassismuskritische Jugendarbeit Meldung vom 28.02.2017 5

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1.Introduction 2.What is racism? 2.1 Definition of racism 2.2Why is "black people" correct but ,,colored people" is not? 3. History of Racism in the USA 3.1 Slavery 3.2 Black Power Movement - Rosa Parks 3.3 Black Power Movement - Martin Luther King 3.4 White Supremacy 4.Black Lives Matter Outline 4.1 The new millennium 4.2 Police Brutality 4.3 What is "Black Lives Matter"? 4.4 Why "Black Lives Matter" and not "All Lives Matter"? 5. Conclusion Attachments 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 9 11 12 12 13 14 15 16 17 Research Paper English GK March, 2021 Black Lives Matter Why Black Lives Matter and not All Lives Matter? Q1, 12th class 1.Introduction After much deliberation, I decided on the topic of ,,Why Black Lives Matter and not All Lives Matter?" The Black Lives Matter" movement is one of the largest in US history and has gained considerable media attention in 2020. This movement has also received huge support from many people from all around the world. Personally I felt very affected by all this events and decided to write this project paper about the topic „Why Black Lives Matter and not All Lives Matter." Many people are still not aware of this topic and are misinformed when it comes to racist remarks. My goal is to inform them about systematically racism towards black people. This research paper deals with the question why „Black Lives Matter and not All lives Matter“ because of the criticism many people have...

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shown towards this movement regarding the importance of all races. When the „Black Lives Matter" movement has started, many critical voices have been raised because the movement only supported the black community. In the following chapters of this research paper I will discuss in detail why black people need more support than other races. I also believe that it is important for this matter to be discussed at every school. Topics like racism are discussed very poorly at school lessons. Many students are not very well informed about its importance and do not even know the historical background of black people. Even the famous speech of Dr. Martin Luther King remains unknown to many students. Because of that, some students behave wrongly at school towards students of color and even call them by names e.g. by using the „N-Word." But not only at schools people behave wrongly towards other races. This can also been seen on German TV recently. At a round table from WDR (West German Radio and Television Network) participants of white race have criticized and commented what are considered as racism and not. They have not taken the topic racism seriously and have made fun of many names people of different races are been called in Germany. The participants of the TV show and the TV channel itself have provoked a wave of protest. Many Germans do not understand how a discussion of racism take place on TV without the participation of victims of racism or people of different races. This 3 incident brings out the importance of the topic and shows that racism is not only a big issue in the USA, but also in Germany. My hope is that the „Black Lives Matter" movement have created room for conversation between all races. This research paper is part of the discussion why Black Lives matter and not All Lives Matter." The main goal is to show that black people are more affected towards racism. Police violence, discrimination and systemic racism are major topics which will been discussed in this research paper. 2.What is racism? 2.1 Definition of racism The beginnings of racism were laid in antiquity, where different ethnic groups were oppressed. Many researchers use the concept of race on people. The term racism is derived from the doctrine that believes in the existence of human races. Under the concept of race theory, pan-European people with a different appearance or religion were murdered and enslaved. After the Second World War, the concept of racism was worked up and processed. In the USA this lasted a little longer, between white and dark-skinned people was made until 1948. Even today, racist structures can still be recognized in society, such as the problems within the police force that became large in 2020.1 There are different forms of racism as one foundation shows here. On the one hand, there is daily racism. A partly unconscious form of racism. For example, we talk about Africa in class and everyone looks at the black child in the class. This is called "daily racism". Then there is "state racism". The whole thing is a legal discrimination within the state. For example National Socialism, Apartheid in the Southern States in 1877.² And last but not least we have Structural Racism. There are some studies that prove that black people in the rules are controlled more often by the police than white people(please find attached: Black People are more likely to be victims of deadly police violence). Apart from that, the punishments for the same crime are harsher for black people. That is, black people get a 20% longer prison sentence than white people. The 1 https://www.humanrights.ch/de/ipf/menschenrechte/rassismus/dossier/was-ist-rassismus/ (27.02.2021). Human rights: Was ist Rassismus? - Definitionen Meldung vom 07.01.2013 2 https://www.amadeu-antonio-stiftung.de/rassismus/was-ist-rassismus/ (27.02.2021) Amadeu Antonio Stiftung: Was ist Rassismus? Meldung vom 05.02.2019 4 unemployment rate for black americans is also significantly higher than that for white americans(please find attached: unemployment rate USA) Basically, we speak of racism when people think that they are better because of their origin and, accordingly, they attribute negative characteristics to others who do not have this origin. They do this to strengthen their position. Racism is different from discrimination in that not only individuals are considered inferior, but entire groups are considered inferior. Racism is so dangerous because it is not only exclusion that can lead to inferiority complexes, but also persecution and murder because of it.3 2.2Why is "black people" correct but ,,colored people" is not? The term "black" people is the one that black people have chosen for themselves. When we speak of dark-skinned people, we can just as well mean Indians or people who simply have a dark skin tone. But when we talk about black people, we are talking about the people who experience racism because of their skin color and have been enslaved for centuries. Means nothing other than not white. This is not about skin color but about political construction in a global power structure. The self-drawing black is one that takes place predominantly outside the African continent. The term black is a break against foreign attribution that white people use as pejorative terms such as the N word or colored.4 Terms like "colored" have Black People not chosen by themselves and are therefore not correct. This term was created at the time of colonialism by white people who oppressed black people. In addition, "people of color" is also a term that people who have experienced racism have given themselves. Here, a political position is marked which understands itself in solidarity. 5 To sum up as mentioned at the beginning, being black does not necessarily mean looking black. There are people who have both a white and a black parent. So it can be that the child or the person is lightskin or darkskin. Either way, this person is black. So it can also be that someone with a non-African background is 3 https://www.frieden-fragen.de/entdecken/leben-in-vielfalt/was-ist-rassismus.html (27.02.2021) Berghof Foundation : Was ist Rassismus? Meldung vom Jahre 2021 4 https://diversity-arts-culture.berlin/woerterbuch/schwarz 5.https://www.zdf.de/kinder/logo/sprache-gegen-rassismus-100.html (28.02.2021) ZDF Sprache gegen Rassismus Meldung vom 17.06.2020 & https://www.amadeu-antonio-stiftung.de/w/files/ pdfs/juan-faecher.pdf (28.02.2021)Amadeu Antonio Stiftung-Antisemitismus und rassismuskritische Jugendarbeit Meldung vom 28.02.2017 5