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v. ra·cial·ized, ra·cial·iz·ing, ra·cial·iz·es. 1. a. To differentiate or categorize according to race. b. To impose a racial character or context on. 2. To perceive or experience in racial terms: "It is impossible to be an American and not racialize how you feel" (Cornel West). ra′cial·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.What does it mean to be racialized in Canada?
They define "racialized" persons as those who experience discrimination utilizing the same faulty definition as the federal government and CRRF. Similar to the CRRF, Toronto's anti-Black racism strategy utilizes "non-racialized" as a group that does not experience discrimination so as to contrast with Black communities.Is the United States considered a racialized society?
United States society is considered by some a racialized society in which divisions between the racial/ethnic groups are given. Critical race theory argues that racism is normal and is engrained [sic] in the fabric and system of the American society.How does racialization affect education in the classroom?
Racialization in an educational setting is apparent based on the teacher and the background they come from. The teacher’s race along with their views that came along through socialization growing up can affect the way the students portray themselves in a classroom setting.