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POWER YOUR WAY TO ELEGANCE

Performance, usability and comfort.

Pardo 38 is synonym for power and elegance, comfort, functionality and personalization. These values identify each Pardo Yachts model, hand built by expert artisans for a sophisticated owner, who appreciates high quality, top design, luxury and comfort, combined with performance and speed.

EVERY DETAIL MAKES THE DIFFERENCE

The layout is studied in every detail. The design of every Pardo Yacht is designed to make the best use of spaces, navigating in the luxury of comfort.

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WALKAROUND CONCEPT

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OUTDOOR DINING AREA

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ANCHOR SYSTEM

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FAST CRUISING

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BOW SUN LOUNGE AREA

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CARBON T-TOP

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ELECTRIC BIMINI

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LAYOUT PERFECTION: INSIDE AND OUT

The interior can be configurated with two different layouts: standard layout includes one cabin with a double bed and a separate shower/head area. As another option, the Pardo 38 offers a second cabin with two single beds. Its bright and spacious interior volume, generous heights and excellent natural ventilation, allows Pardo 38 to reach perfect space distribution for a 38-footer.

Pardo 38

MADE IN ITALY EXCELLENCE

Great attention to detail and quality make this boat a true excellence representing the best of Made in Italy interior design.

  • DETAIL AND QUALITY
  • SPACIOUS AND FLEXIBLE LAYOUT
  • BRIGHT INTERIORS
  • LUXURY FURNISHINGS

catamarano 38 piedi

POWER TAKE ITS SHAPE

The walkaround range by Pardo Yachts is synonymous with performance, usability and comfort. Easily manageable boats, designed to sail safely, without neglecting style and elegance. Ideal for those who choose functionality and an iconic design.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

Hull length.

10.93 m | 35.86 ft

Overall length

11.56 m | 37.93 ft

3.60 m | 11.8 ft

Displacement

9.6 T approx | 19200 lb approx

1 m | 3.28 ft

Max capacity

Fuel tank capacity.

1200 l | 317 gal

Water tank capacity

180 l | 47 gal

CE Category

Zuccheri Yacht Design

Zuccheri Yacht Design & Cantiere Del Pardo

Cantiere Del Pardo

Engines Standard

2 x Volvo V6-280 HP Gasoline

Engines Optional

2 X Volvo D4-300 HP Diesel 2 X Volvo D6-380 HP Diesel 2 X Volvo D6-440 HP Diesel 3 x Mercury Verado 300 HP Gasoline

PARDO YACHTS: MORE THAN LUXURY

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Aventura 38 SC

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With the Aventura 38 Sport Cruiser, we have achieved the feat of offering you the best compromise for day outings with friends and family cruising getaways.

Thanks to an entirely new planing hull specially designed for swift movement and unrivaled living spaces for a boat of this size, we are challenging conventions and confidently entering the most promising market in motor yachting today.

The A38 SC is the perfect combination of an elegant silhouette, fast outboard or inboard propulsion, exceptional volume, and the safety of a catamaran for navigation.

During navigation, the Aventura 38 SC is a fast and comfortable boat. Equipped with twin outboard engines of up to 800 horsepower, it can reach speeds exceeding 35 knots, while at a fast cruising speed of 23 knots, the fuel-efficient twin Yanmar diesel engines offer an economical performance.

In terms of accommodations, everything on this boat is designed for your comfort and well-being both while underway and at anchor: a fully accessible deck for ideal movement, a spacious and open protective canopy with a view of the sky, clever relaxation areas at the front and rear of the boat, large foldable side decks on the port and starboard sides that serve as a terrace over the sea, a fully equipped and sheltered outdoor kitchen, vast sunbathing areas facing the sea, an expansive swim platform at the rear, and much more.

The interior is equally impressive, as the boat offers two full-length, comfortable cabins with 160cm double beds, a unique feature in this boat category, each with its own private bathroom in each hull.

In summary, the Aventura 38 SC will provide you with the performance, versatility, and pleasure you deserve and will be the ideal partner for successful day trips as well as intimate, extended cruises.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Overall length: 11,60 m
  • Overall width (Bau) : 5,30 m
  • In-Board motorization: 195CV / 320CV / 370CV x 2 Yanmar
  • Architecture and Design: Lasta Design Studio
  • Overall height: 11,60 m
  • Waterline length : 10,88 m
  • Bau max : 5,30 m
  • Min draft: 0,78 m
  • Light displacement : 6 T
  • Pure water : 2×200 L
  • diesel fuel : 2×550 L
  • Motorization standard: Yanmar Inboard Diesel 2×250 hp
  • Option motorization Inboard : Yanmar Inboard Diesel 2×320 / 2×370 hp
  • Option motorization inboard électrique 2×100 kw Torquedoo

Configuration

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Bali Catsmart: intelligente, conveniente e divertente in navigazione

Fedele al suo nome, questo catamarano economico con 4 cabine ha tutto.

I cantieri navali concorrenti di Catana e Bali sono stati colti di sorpresa dal Bali Catsmart. Nessuno si aspettava che avrebbero proposto un catamarano di 38 piedi, e ancor meno un’imbarcazione venduta a meno di 500.000 euro…

Il Bali Catsmart è uno yacht funzionale, confortevole e ben progettato, nonostante sia il più piccolo catamarano prodotto in serie disponibile sul mercato.

catamarano 38 piedi

Cosa ti aspetti esattamente da un catamarano?

Esistono due categorie principali di risposte a questa domanda. Alcuni vogliono il comfort di una seconda casa galleggiante e sfarzosa. Almeno sui catamarani prodotti in serie, questo comfort può avere un prezzo: la sensazione perduta delle emozioni di navigazione e del legame con il mare, che per alcuni velisti è essenziale per godere appieno della gioia di viaggiare su una barca.

Il secondo tipo di risposta alla domanda su cosa si vuole da un catamarano si focalizza sul piacere di timonare un’imbarcazione ben performante, in compagnia dei propri cari e in sintonia con l’ambiente esterno. Questo piacere viene prima del desiderio di inutili accessori su un catamarano.

catamarano 38 piedi

Bali ha progettato il Catsmart per soddisfare la seconda categoria di appassionati di catamarani. Inoltre, incontra le esigenze di coloro che vogliono rientrare in un budget ragionevole e non sono disposti a investire tanto denaro per catamarani molto grandi e completamente attrezzati. Il Bali Catsmart rappresenta quindi un ottimo compromesso per gli appassionati di vela che viaggiano in monoscafo ma che vogliono più spazio e comfort senza essere al timone di un pesante camper galleggiante.

Bali Catsmart, uno yacht prima di tutto

Mentre la maggior parte dei catamarani a vela, con i loro boma a sei metri dalla superficie dell’acqua e la loro pesante timoneria e trasmissione, si affidano spesso al motore, il Bali Catsmart conserva lo spirito di un monoscafo, una vera barca a vela.

Con un boma che passa vicino alla tuga, il centro velico viene abbassato. La randa rimane facilmente accessibile ed è sempre utile poter intervenire in sicurezza. La barca è timonata da due postazioni a poppa, da cui è possibile vedere facilmente cosa succede con le vele. La randa scorre dietro il timoniere e ogni postazione di comando ha due verricelli più un terzo dietro il timoniere di dritta.

L’imbarcazione è leggera (8,4 tonnellate a vuoto), con un peso paragonabile a quello di un Excess 11 , e ha una superficie velica pari a quella della versione standard, 76 m2. Nella parte anteriore si trova un genoa sovrapposto, una vela più potente del fiocco autovirante presente su molti catamarani.

Bali Catsmart: sempre un Bali!

Il Catsmart è dotato della celebre porta posteriore basculante dei catamarani Bali. Questa porta permette di proteggere il salone e il pozzetto dalle intemperie o di aprirlo per pranzare e rilassarsi all’aria aperta. Anche gli oblò laterali si possono aprire, rendendo questo spazio interno molto versatile. La versione “tutto aperto” consente una facile circolazione dell’aria e il collegamento con la natura, mentre le finestre laterali e la porta posteriore chiuse creano un’atmosfera più intima e protetta.

catamarano 38 piedi

La parte anteriore del salone è occupata dalla cucina, che si sviluppa su tutta la larghezza. Una bella cucina affacciata sul mare: quale modo migliore per attirare un volontario che si occupi di cucinare? Il video del cantiere navale è particolarmente efficace nel dimostrare come viene utilizzata questa cucina ben congegnata. Con quattro fornelli e un forno a gas, è tutto pronto per preparare pasti abbondanti.

Un’altra caratteristica del Bali è la solida prua coperta, che dà spazio a un’ampia zona prendisole di 16 m2, che si trasforma in una piccola area salotto anteriore con tavolo. Il progetto prevede una porta del salone anteriore, che avrebbe ridotto notevolmente le dimensioni della cucina, ma la zona pranzo anteriore all’aperto rimane e offre una seconda posizione per il pranzo, ideale per fare colazione.

catamarano 38 piedi

La poppa, su tutta la larghezza dell’imbarcazione, che diventa più utilizzabile quando si lancia il tender, contribuisce a creare i 66 metri quadrati di spazio abitabile di questo catamarano di 38 piedi. Lo spazio è una risorsa sui catamarani Bali , anche per i modelli più piccoli!

Bali Catsmart large bright owner cabin

Scegli i tuoi servizi

Il Bali Catsmart è disponibile nelle versioni a 2, 3 o 4 cabine. In ognuna delle versioni disponibili, le cabine ospiti hanno accesso a un bagno pratico e ben organizzato con doccia separata.

Con il nostro programma di gestione Dream Guarantee , il più popolare, offriamo la versione 4 cabine/2 bagni, che è la più richiesta dai clienti che navigano bareboat. In questa versione, le due cabine di ogni scafo condividono un bagno comune. Le cabine posteriori sono un po’ più ampie di quelle anteriori, ma tutte godono di una piacevole vista sul mare.

Bali catsmart 4 cabin layout

Le altre versioni, che sono pensate più per gli armatori, comprendono due suite, una per scafo, oppure uno scafo per il proprietario e un altro dotato di due cabine. Queste strutture sono comunque disponibili con il programma di gestione Dream Performance.

Dotata di due motori da 30 CV con Dream Yacht (20 di serie), di ampi serbatoi per l’acqua (fino a 660 L) e per il gasolio (fino a 400 L), l’imbarcazione può essere equipaggiata anche con un dissalatore e con l’aria condizionata, optando per un generatore.

Sono caratteristiche che garantiscono l’autosufficienza in crociera per chi non ama passare le notti in porto!

Bali Catsmart ha tutti i lati positivi di un modello più grande!

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Scoprite di più sull’incredibile e popolare marchio Bali Catamarans e sulle barche offerte da Dream Yacht Sales.

Contattate i nostri esperti consulenti per saperne di più sulle nostre opzioni flessibili e ricevere consulenza nel processo di acquisto. Lasciati guidare nella scelta della barca più adatta a voi e nella ricerca del miglior finanziamento . Contattateci oggi stesso!

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Catamarano Lagoon 380 Esterna

catamarano 38 piedi

Il catamarano 380 è il più piccolo della flotta Lagoon e si contraddistingue per la particolare agilità e manovrabilità. Con i suoi 38 piedi (11,55 m) di lunghezza e 6,5 metri di larghezza è dotato di 4 cabine matrimoniali e può ospitare da 6 a un massimo di 10 persone.

Il salone offre una vista a 360° e molta luminosità, anche le cabine sono ricche di luce, grazie alle ampie vetrate ricavate sugli scafi

Il “piccolo” di casa Lagoon non vi farà di certo mancare comfort e comodità: è infatti dotato di 2 bagni con doccia, una comoda cucina nel pozzetto del salone, generatore, climatizzatore, lavatrice e desalinizzatore. I motori sono sistemati in vani lontani dalle cabine e debitamente isolati per garantire il minor disturbo possibile.

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Scheda Tecnica Catamarano Lagoon 380

Modello Lagoon 380
Lunghezza 11,55 m
Larghezza 6,53 m
Cabine 4 doppie + 1 singola
Cuccette 8 + 2
Bagni 5 con doccia
Tipo di noleggio Noleggio con skipper
Serbatoi acqua 2 x 100 l
Capacità carburante 2 x 100 l
Bandiera Italiana

EQUIPAGGIAMENTO

Strumentazione, documentazione.

  • Genoa avvolgibile
  • Tendalino bimini top
  • Randa steccata full batten
  • Salpa ancora elettrico
  • 2 argani principali
  • Carte nautiche elettroniche

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Brochure Lagoon 380

Specifiche tecniche lagoon 380.

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Tariffe Noleggio Lagoon 380

MESI WEEKEND SETTIMANA INTERA
Gennaio Non disponibile € 3.500,00
Febbraio Non disponibile € 3.500,00
Marzo Non disponibile € 3.500,00
Aprile € 1.100,00 € 3.800,00
Maggio € 1.100,00 € 3.800,00
Giugno € 1.300,00 € 4.200,00
Luglio € 1.800,00 € 5.000,00
Agosto Non disponibile € 5.900,00
Settembre € 1.300,00 € 4.200,00
Ottobre € 1.100,00 € 3.800,00
Novembre Non disponibile € 3.500,00
Dicembre Non disponibile € 3.500,00

Tutti i catamarani a noleggio di BlueNauta sono dotati di radar per la crociera, sistema di navigazione GPS, pannelli solari e di un gommone-scialuppa ideale per lo sbarco al porto quando si ormeggia al largo o comodo per praticare sport acquatici Le cucine delle imbarcazioni sono completamente attrezzate con piano cottura, forno, lavello, frigorifero, stoviglie, pentole e posate. Le cuccette sono dotate di letti con lenzuola, cuscini, federe e coperte/piumoni. I catamarani sono equipaggiati con moderni sistemi di sicurezza nel rispetto delle normative richieste da autorità marine e capitanerie di porto. Sono inoltre disponibili tutti gli accessori e le dotazioni per una navigazione in totale comfort e relax.

Le tariffe indicate sono da intendersi per il catamarano completamente equipaggiato.

Cosa è incluso Catamarano full optional completamente equipaggiato, assicurazione.

Le tariffe non includono Skipper, gasolio, porti e pulizia finale, eventuale chef/hostess.

Charter in Catamarano Lagoon 380

I charter in catamarano BlueNauta sono perfetti per te che desideri vivere una vacanza in libertà, nella tua privacy: un’esperienza esclusiva, lussuosa e rilassante, accompagnato dalla bellezza della vita in mare. Tutti i nostri catamarani sono di ultima generazione, realizzati dai migliori armatori e dotati di comfort e attrezzature per lo sport acquatico. A differenza della classica barca mono-scafo, il catamarano è in grado di combinare le alte velocità di navigazione ad una maggiore stabilità, robustezza, ampi spazi e lusso a bordo. Durante una vacanza in catamarano BlueNauta potrai fare davvero tutto: partecipare attivamente alle manovre di navigazione guidato dallo skipper o rilassarti in tranquillità sotto il sole, godendo del suggestivo panorama.

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catamarano 38 piedi

Dal 1984 Lagoon costruisce catamarani che si contraddistinguono per eleganza, sicurezza e performance. Strutture realizzate tramite iniezione e infusione sottovuoto e interni artigianali in legno ricostituito Alpi sanno coniugare prestazioni, lusso e rispetto per l’ambiente. L’interior è curato dallo studio italiano Nauta Design. I catamarani Lagoon vengono progettati “dall’interno verso l’esterno”, il comfort a bordo è la priorità. Il cantiere ha realizzato anche i trimarani del film “Waterworld”.

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Bali Catsmart, visita a bordo

Settimo modello della flotta, Catsmart è un catamarano di 38 piedi con una lunghezza fuori tutto di 11,78 metri e una larghezza di 6,46 metri

Settimo modello della flotta, Catsmart è un catamarano di 38 piedi con una lunghezza fuori tutto di 11,78 metri e una larghezza di 6,46 metri.

Dall’anno della sua fondazione, il 2014, il brand Bali Catamarans, parte di Catana Group, è cresciuto con costanza lanciando sul mercato un totale di ben 10 modelli. Il successo dei Bali è in gran parte dovuto a due idee che hanno rivoluzionato il concetto dei multiscafi da crociera pura: la porta basculante in pozzetto e la dinette di prua al posto delle solite reti.

La prima permette di avere un solo grande volume open space, pozzetto e salone, da usare tutto l’anno grazie proprio alla porta che chiude o apre l’ambiente all’esterno. La seconda raddoppia invece gli spazi abitabili creando un’altra area living in una zona spesso poco sfruttata o comunque scomoda da usare.

Per non penalizzare le prestazioni è stato eliminato il fly e avere così un boma più basso e una superficie velica maggiore (87 mq di bolina). Negli interni arriva un nuovo stile più moderno e fresco a cura dello studio Piaton&Bercault con layout a due, tre o quattro cabine.

Disponibile anche una versione con due scafi armatoriali dedicata al charter di alto livello (per il cantiere è l’unico 38 piedi sul mercato con questa caratteristica). Consistenti le capacità dei serbatoi: 660 litri di acqua e 400 di gasolio.

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Catamarano Athena 38

Catamarani da crociera Lunghezza 11,60 m

Prese 12V DC, Prese 220V, Boiler acqua calda ...

Vista barca Athena 38

L’ Athena 38 è  uno dei catamarani che ha contribuito a fare diventare Fountaine Pajot , con le 2.000 unità di serie prodotte in 26 anni, tra i maggiori costruttori di catamarani al mondo.

La barca, progettata dallo studio Joubert-Nivelt, centra l’obiettivo di essere un buon compromesso tra lo stile delle forme e la praticità degli spazi . Pensato per un utilizzo in ambito crocieristico, l’Athena 38 si caratterizza infatti per l’efficace organizzazione degli spazi interni e la facilità di conduzione anche con equipaggio ridotto; caratteristiche che ne fanno un catamarano indicato anche per il charter.  

L’Athena 38 è veloce e reattivo anche con venti leggeri, dispone di un albero frazionato a 7/8 e un piano velico composto da una randa completamente steccata e da un fiocco rollabile di 35 metri quadrati .

Per esaltare il comfort a bordo e la funzionalità in navigazione sono state messe in opera diverse soluzioni: dal pozzetto con bimini , al tavolo pieghevole con sedute accoglienti per l’equipaggio, alla zona di governo provvista di pannello con gli strumenti, posta a dritta dell’accesso sotto coperta con seduta con ampia visuale.

Anche l’accesso al mare è facilitato da gradini posti sugli specchi di poppa , mentre a prua c’è un classico trampolino a rete collocato tra i due scafi. Il multiscafo dispone di quattro cabine doppie (due per ogni scafo, a poppa e a prua), separate da un bagno con accesso indipendente. Molta cura è stata riservata anche all’isolamento termico e acustico dell’imbarcazione e al posizionamento dei punti di illuminazione e di aerazione.  

Scheda tecnica

Equipaggiamento.

  • Porto di ormeggio
  • 8+1 Posti letto
  • 11,60 m Lunghezza
  • Riscaldamento
  • Aria condizionata
  • Boiler acqua calda
  • Dissalatore
  • Generatore eolico
  • Idrogeneratore
  • Pannelli solari
  • Generatore elettrico
  • Prese 12V DC
  • Doccia esterna
  • Lavastoviglie
  • Serbatoio acque nere
  • Griglia per barbecue
  • Stereo AM / FM – mp3
  • Lettore MP3
  • Lettore CD con Altoparlanti in pozzetto
  • Lettore DVD
  • Kit snorkeling
  • Canna da pesca
  • Tender con fuoribordo

Dotazioni di sicurezza

  • Zattera di salvataggio
  • Dispositivi di galleggiamento personali autogonfiabili per adulti e bambini
  • Dispositivi di galleggiamento personali autogonfiabili per bambini
  • Dotazioni sicurezza in funzione della navigazione prevista
  • Imbracature di sicurezza
  • Plb per equipaggio
  • Telefono satellitare
  • Tanica di sicurezza
  • Salvagente da lancio
  • Kit di primo soccorso
  • Manuale pronto soccorso
  • Riflettore radar
  • Timone di emergenza
  • Luce d'emergenza
  • Corno da nebbia
  • Randa avvolgibile nell'albero
  • Randa avvolgibile
  • Randa steccata su carrelli con rotaia
  • Randa inserita nell'albero
  • Fiocco - genoa avvolgibile
  • Trinchetta fissa
  • Trinchetta su strallo mobile
  • Asimettrico
  • Randa di cappa
  • Chiglia sollevabile
  • Ponte in teak
  • Tavolo pranzo
  • Telecomando salpancora
  • Plotter cartografico GPS pozzetto
  • Cartografia elettronica
  • Computer di bordo con software navigazione
  • Cuscineria pozzetto
  • Tendalino pozzetto
  • Tendalino timoneria
  • Timone a ruota
  • Doppio timone a ruota
  • Timone a barra
  • Rete protezione draglie
  • Ancora di rispetto
  • Cime di ormeggio
  • Salpancore elettrico
  • Elica di prua
  • Comando salpancore da pozzetto
  • Winch elettrico randa
  • Pilota automatico
  • Telecomando pilota automatico
  • Strumento Direzione del vento e velocità
  • Plotter cartografico GPS carteggio
  • Tavolo pranzo esterno
  • Ripetitori strumenti pozzetto
  • Ripetitori strumenti albero
  • Ecoscandaglio
  • Imbuto carburante
  • Pompa di sentina a mano
  • Bussola fissa e manuale
  • Tanica per olio motore
  • Tanica per carburante
  • Tanica per l'acqua
  • Secchi di plastica
  • Pompa per tender
  • Set di bandiere
  • Cassetta utensili
  • Carte nautiche
  • Tubo dell'acqua
  • Maniglie Winch
  • Manuale delle Operazioni Yacht
  • Stoviglie,bicchieri e posate
  • Forno a gas e piano cottura
  • Frigorifero
  • Biancheria da cucina
  • Asciugamani
  • Asciugamani da spiaggia
  • Teli antirollio

Porto d'ormeggio

Bangkok

Bangkok è la capitale e la città più grande della Thailandia , situata lungo il fiume Chao Phraya , nei pressi del Golfo della Thailandia. Fondata nel 1782 e conosciuta anche con il nome di Krungthep ( città degli angeli ) è oggi una metropoli con oltre 6 milioni di abitanti. E' una delle destinazioni preferite dal turismo mondiale e ha conosciuto negli ultimi anni un rapido sviluppo industriale, divenendo una delle città economicamente più dinamiche del sud-est asiatico. Rappresenta una tappa obbligata per chi desidera conoscere le infinite sfaccettature dell'Oriente, grazie al suo mix di tradizioni e modernità . La frenesia della città che si estende tra grattacieli ultramoderni e grandi centri commerciali è in contrasto con la calma dei magnifici templi (in thailandese chiamati Wat ) che costellano la città. Un esempio e tappa obbligata per chi soggiorna a Bangkok è l'area del Grand Palace dove si trova il Wat Phra Kaew , il tempio del Buddha Smeraldo collegato con le residenze dei Reali di Thailandia, meta di moltissimi turisti e pellegrini. Un altro luogo sacro è il Wat Pho , il monastero più antico di Bangkok, dove si trova il tempio dedicato al Buddha dormiente , con la grande statua che raggiunge 46 m di lunghezza e 15 m di altezza. Altrettanto importante è il Wat Traimit , tempio dedicato al Buddha d'Oro . Altre zone rilevanti della città sono la Chinatown , dove si possono trovare negozi di tutti i generi a ottimi prezzi. Lo shopping è infatti un altro motivo di visita, grazie ai moderni centri commerciali e ai mercatini caratteristici.

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Lagoon 42

L'ACCORDO PERFETTO

Il Lagoon 42 si afferma con stile e con una forte personalità. Il Lagoon 42 trae le sue prestazioni da un design unico e da una fabbricazione curata, è un catamarano generoso, a bordo del quale ognuno si sentirà bene, sia in navigazione, sia alla fonda.

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POLIVALENZA E MANOVRABILITÀ

Il bellissimo portamento del Lagoon 42 a vela esprime l'equilibrio e le prestazioni. È il risultato di un lavoro da maestri e linee organiche firmate dagli di VPLP design e da Patrick le Quément. Uno stile unico, combinazione di energia e dolcezza.

Lagoon 42

UNO SPAZIO DI LIBERTÀ

Solo due gradini separano la piattaforma poppiera dal quadrato. L'ergonomia di bordo garantisce spazio e fluidità. Protetto ma ventilato, il pozzetto è un invito permanente al dolce far niente.

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ELEGANZA E MODERNITÀ

Riflesso delle linee esterne, il layout immaginato da Nauta Design unisce l'eleganza e la dolcezza della carpenteria moderna. Luce, comfort, intimità... lo stile del Lagoon 42 è una ricchezza da condividere.

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Specifiche tecniche

  • Lunghezza scafo 12,79 m / 42'
  • Lunghezza fuori tutto 13.22 m / 43’’4’
  • Lunghezza al galleggiamento 12,50 m / 41’
  • Larghezza totale 7,68m / 25'2''
  • Pescaggio 1,25m / 4'1''
  • Altezza massima 20,65m / 67'9''
  • Dislocamento a vuoto (CE) 12,1 t / 26 681 Lbs
  • Superficie velica di bolina 90 m² / 968 sq.ft
  • Randa square top (opz.) 59m² / 635 sq.ft
  • Fiocco autovirante 35m² / 377 sq.ft
  • Code 0 (opz.) 68m² / 732 sq.ft
  • Motorizzazione - standard 2 x 57 CV / HP
  • Capacità serbatoio acqua 300 l / 79 US gal
  • Capacità serbatoio carburante 600 l / 159 US gal
  • Numero di cuccette da 6 a 12
  • Omologazione CE A : 12 / B : 14 / C : 20 / D : 30

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“ho sempre avuto l’idea che navigando ci siano soltanto due veri maestri, uno è il mare, e l’altro è la barca,, e il cielo, state dimenticando il cielo, si, chiaro, il cielo, i venti, le nuvole, il cielo, si, il cielo.”, josé saramago, la gamma lagoon, i dieci modelli piu amati.

I catamarani Lagoon sono il “modello” a cui tutti pensano quando si parla di catamarani da crociera. Rappresentano tutt’ora la maggioranza dei catamarani nel Mediterraneo, grazie a un design elegante e senza tempo, che privilegia spazi senza soluzione di continuità e linee fluidissime.

LAGOON 380 S2

Lagoon 380

DESCRIZIONE:

Il Lagoon 380 è stato uno dei primi a sdoganare il catamarano da crociera, riscontrando un successo senza pari con oltre 900 unità vendute. R acchiude quattro comode cabine matrimoniali in soli 38 piedi, senza sacrificare il comfort.

CARATTERISTICHE:

LUNGHEZZA: 11,55m

LARGHEZZA: 6,53m

CABINE: 4 doppie (+2 crew)

POSTI LETTO: 8 (+2 crew)

PREZZI: 3000€ – 6500€ (per settimana)

Lagoon 380 interni

PRO E CONTRO:

+ Il  catamarano più economico della gamma

+ Maneggevole e performante in relazione alle dimensioni

+ Adatto a gruppi piccoli o di ragazzi giovani

– Il layout degli interni è superato

– C’è lo spazio solo per due bagni invece che quattro

Lagoon 40

Il Lagoon 40 ha fuso assieme la silhouette dal 39 e del 400 S2 (entrambi fuori produzione) rinnovandoli completamente nel design per aggiornarli agli standard moderni con l’aggiunta fondamentale dei 4 bagni, uno per ogni cabina.

LUNGHEZZA: 11,74m

LARGHEZZA: 6,76m

POSTI LETTO: 10 (+2 crew)

PREZZI: 4500€ – 8000€ (per settimana)

Lagoon 40 pozzetto

+ Il modello recente più economico e dotato quattro bagni

+ Un piccolo capolavoro in fatto di design

+ Miglior rapporto qualità prezzo di tutta la gamma

– Potrebbe risultare piccolo per gruppi sopra le otto persone

– Il fly bridge è poco sfruttato, ci starebbe bene un cuscino

LAGOON 400 S2

Lagoon 400 s2

Un catamarano classico, solido e performante, su cui è stato fatto un restyling integrale per adeguarlo ai canoni attuali.

LUNGHEZZA: 11,97m

LARGHEZZA: 7,25m

PREZZI: 4 000€ – 7500€ (per settimana)

Lagoon 400 s2 interni

+ Ottimi spazi per un catamarano 40 piedi

+ Ogni cabina ha il suo bagno privato con doccia

+ Ha prestazioni di tutto rispetto a vela

– Il layout non rivaleggia con i modelli recenti

– Potrebbe avere maggiore cuscineria sul ponte

Lagoon 42

Parliamo a mio parere del modello Lagoon più riuscito, anch’esso assoluto campione di vendite. Ha rivoluzionato il design dei catamarani da crociera, imitato dai concorrenti e preso come base di partenza per i modelli futuri.

LUNGHEZZA: 12,80m

LARGHEZZA: 7,70m

BAGNI: 4 (+ 1 crew)

PREZZI: 55 00€ – 9000€ (per settimana)

Lagoon 42 cabine

+ La larghezza di ben 7,70m paragonabile a modelli più lunghi

+ Le aree diurne e le cabine sono spaziosissime

+ Il ponte è pieno di cuscini e materassi

– Ci starebbe bene un secondo pozzetto a prua

– I bagni a prua sono sprovvisti di box doccia

LAGOON 450 F

Lagoon 450 F

Il 450 è sicuramente uno dei modelli più amati, successore del solidissimo 440. È il perfetto candidato per chi cerca una vacanza senza compromessi.

LUNGHEZZA: 13,96m

LARGHEZZA: 7,97m

PREZZI: 60 00€ – 11000€ (per settimana)

Lagoon 450 F prua

+ I quattro bagni sono tutti dotati di box doccia

+ Ha un secondo pozzetto a prua, ideale per gli aperitivi

+ Disponibile in versione Fly (per il charter) o Sport

– Il design del catamarano inizia a risultare un po’ datato

– L’uso dello spazio in pozzetto non è tra i migliori

Lagoon 46

Successore spirituale del sopracitato 450 F, il Lagoon 46 è un concentrato di bellezza e soluzioni raffinate, in un contesto spaziosissimo e ben organizzato.

LUNGHEZZA: 13,99m

LARGHEZZA: 7,96m

PREZZI: 65 00€ – 12000€ (per settimana)

Lagoon 46 fly bridge

+ Si tratta di un Lagoon 450 migliorato sotto ogni aspetto

+ Le cabine di prua e di poppa hanno le stesse dimensioni

+ La panca scorrevole rivoluziona la circolazione in pozzetto

– La superficie velica è stata un pochino ridotta

– Lagoon avrebbe potuto osare mettendo cinque cabine

Lagoon 50

Con questo modello si inizia a fare sul serio con le dimensioni. Il cantiere è riuscito a infilare ben sei cabine dedicate agli ospiti nonchè altrettanti bagni. Anche la dinette ha subito un profondo restyling.

LUNGHEZZA: 14,75m

LARGHEZZA: 8,10m

CABINE: 4/6 doppie (+2 crew)

POSTI LETTO: 12 (+2 crew)

BAGNI: 4/6 (+ 1 crew)

PREZZI: 90 00€ – 15000€ (per settimana)

Lagoon 50 interni

+ Ideale per gruppi numerosi grazie alle sei cabine doppie

+ Tutte le innovazioni viste negli ultimi Lagoon

+ Salone rinnovato, con un lungo divano e ampio tavolo

– Potrebbero esserci modelli più adatti se si è in pochi

– Meno agile dei modelli più piccoli

LAGOON 52 F

Lagoon 52 F

Il 52 è un grande classico del cantiere francese, probabilmente tra i più amati dagli armatori privati per la disposizione delle cabine non convenzionale ma molto intrigante.

LUNGHEZZA: 15,85m

LARGHEZZA: 8,60m

CABINE: 4/5 doppie (+2 crew)

BAGNI: 4/5 (+ 1 crew)

PREZZI: 11000 € – 24000€ (per settimana)

Lagoon 52 F cabine

+ Una cabina/dependance con accesso dal pozzetto

+ Disponibile in versione Fly o Sport

+ Molto invelato, può dare notevoli soddisfazioni

– In genere non sono disponibili per il bareboat

– Sul mercato si trovano modelli più recenti

Lagoon 620

Il Lagoon 62 è adatto ai palati più raffinati: Il suo stile comunica eleganza, e permette di godere dei privilegi della vacanza in barca con il comfort di una gigantesca villa sul mare.

LUNGHEZZA: 18,90m

LARGHEZZA: 10,00m

PREZZI: 25000 € – 32000€ (per settimana)

Lagoon 620 interni

+ Gli spazi a disposizione sono veramente immensi

+ Le finiture sono di ottima fattura, curate in ogni dettaglio

+ l’area cucina ed equipaggio è separata dal resto della barca

– Il prezzo non è alla portata di tutte le tasche

– La mole non permette di avvicinarsi molto alla spiaggia

LAGOON SEVENTY 7

Lagoon Seventy 7

Parliamo del top della categoria, un vero e proprio super yacht di lusso che attira su di se tutti gli sguardi curiosi.

Oltre queste dimensioni si va su progetti tailor-made.

LUNGHEZZA: 23,84 m

LARGHEZZA: 11,00m

CABINE: 3/5 doppie (+2 crew)

BAGNI: 3/5 (+ 1 crew)

PREZZI: 55000 € – 80000€ (per settimana)

Lagoon Seventy 7 cabine

+ Le finiture sono estremamente lussuose

+ La cabina armatoriale ha il suo accesso privato al mare

+ Sexy da morire

– Ce ne sono pochi al mondo, spesso non a noleggio

– Bisogna poterselo permettere!

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Space reimagined. Built by Robertson & Caine and designed by naval architects Simonis Voogd, the Leopard 45 fully expresses the Leopard range, leaving no detail to chance. Combining an enhanced interior and a sleek exterior for which the brand is known, the Leopard 45 is the result of informed feedback from cruising clients and masterful production expertise spanning 25 years. Shortly after its debut in 2017, the Leopard 45 was awarded Boat of the Year honors, solidifying the company’s continuous innovation and commitment to the finest materials and building techniques. The exterior styling has evolved to include a hardtop lounge, first seen in the line’s award-winning Leopard 50. The lounge includes a seating area, a sunbed and a table. Here, the helm station remains protected and integrated into the cockpit of the boat. The Leopard 45 is available in a three or four-cabin layout all with private ensuite heads with their own designated shower area, providing the ultimate livability, comfort and movement for all onboard. The open-plan saloon and galley bring an openness with natural light that is conducive for gathering, preparing meals and charting tomorrow’s destination. Smart, ergonomic design and the latest technology come together in a larger forward cockpit, increased aft area, and entertainment package that delivers an uncompromised onboard experience. The Leopard 45 has won cruisers over for its exceptional build, sailing comfort and ease of handling. Discover new horizons and the freedom Leopard brings to everyone on board.

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  • LOA: 45 ft 0 in / 13.72 m
  • LWL: 42 ft 11 in / 13.07 m
  • Beam: 24 ft 2 in / 7.36 m
  • Draft: 4 ft 11 in / 1.5 m
  • Mast Height: 70 ft 0 in / 21.34 m
  • Bridgedeck Clearance: 2 ft 9 in / 0.83 m
  • Engine: 2 x Yanmar Diesel 45HP each
  • Propeller Dimensions: 3‐blade 17in x 14in / 432 x 356 mm
  • Engine No. Cylinders: 4
  • Fuel: 185 gal / 700 L

EXTRA DETAILS

  • Bunk Dimensions:  View Leopard Range Bunk Dimensions
  • Headroom:  View Leopard Range Headroom Dimensions
  • Water: 206 gal / 780 L
  • Mainsail Area (Standard): 802 sqft / 74.5 sqm
  • Mainsail Area (Square Top): 841 sqft / 78.1 sqm
  • Genoa Area: 543 sqft / 50.4 sqm
  • Spinnaker Area: 1789 sqft / 166.2 sqm
  • Code 0 Area: 735 sqft / 68.3 sqm
  • Code D Area: 1136 sqft / 105.5 sqm
  • Total Upwind Area (Standard): 1344 sqft / 124.9 sqm
  • Polars:  View Leopard 45 Performance Documents
  • Displacement: 36156 lbs / 16400 kg
  • Load Carrying Capacity: 10141 lbs / 4600 kg
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40+ Argumentative Essay Topics on Racism Worth Exploring

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April 21, 2023

Argumentative Essay Topics on Racism

The first step to write an essay on racism is to select the right topic to explore.

You then have to take a stance based on your research and use evidence to defend your position.

Even in a sensitive issue of racial discrimination, you have to consider the counterarguments highly likely to arise and address them accordingly. 

The goal of this list post is to give you some topic ideas that you can consider and explore.   We’ve put together 30+ topic ideas, so it should be easy to find an interesting issue to explore.

What is Racism?  

Racism is the conviction that we can credit capacities and qualities to individuals based on their race, color, ethnicity, or national origin. It can take the form of prejudice, hatred, and discrimination, and it can happen in any place and at any time.

Racism goes beyond the act of harassment and abuse. It stretches further to violence, intimidation, and exclusion from important group activities.

This act of judgment, prejudice, and discrimination easily reveal itself in the way we interact with people and our attitude towards them.

Some forms of racism , like looking at a person’s place of origin through a list of job applications, may not be obvious, but they play a part in preventing people or particular group from enjoying the dignity and equality of the benefits of life simply because they are different.

Argumentative Essay Topics on Racism  

  • Is racism a type of mental illness in the modern society?
  • Barrack Obama’s legacy hasn’t helped to improve the situation of racism in the United States of America
  • The women’s movement of the 1960s did NOT unite black and white women
  • Will racism eventually disappear on its own?
  • Is there a cure for racism?
  • There’s no sufficient evidence to prove that Mexicans are racists
  • Is the difference in skin color the cause of racism in the western world?
  • Racism isn’t in everyone’s heart
  • Racism is a toxic global disease
  • Will the human race ever overcome racial prejudice and discrimination?
  • Can a racist be equally cruel?
  • Should racism be a criminal offense punishable by death without the possibility of parole?
  • Are racists more principled than those who are not?
  • Can poor upbringing cause a person to become a racist?
  • Is it a crime if you’re a racist?
  • Can racism lead to another World War?
  • The government can’t stop people from being racists
  • Cultural diversity can cure racism
  • All racists in the world have psychological problems and therefore need medical attention
  • Can the government put effective measures in place to stop its citizens from promoting racism?
  • Can a racist president rule a country better than a president who is not a racist?
  • Should white and black people have equal rights?
  • Can cultural diversity breed racism?
  • Is racism a bigger threat to the human race?
  • Racism is common among adults than it is among children
  • Should white people enjoy more human rights than black people should?
  • Is the disparity in the healthcare system a form of racial discrimination?
  • Racial discrimination is a common thing in the United States of America
  • Film industries should be regulated to help mitigate racism
  • Disney movies should be banned for promoting racism
  • Should schools teach students to stand against racism?
  • Should parents punish their children for manifesting racist traits?
  • Is racism the root of all evil?
  • Can dialogue resolve the issue of racism?
  • Is the seed of racism sown in our children during childhood?
  • Do anti-racist movements help to unite people of different colors and race to fight racism?
  • Do religious doctrines promote racism?
  • There are no psychological health risks associated with racism
  • Can movements such as Black Lives Matter stop racism in America?
  • Do anti-racist movements help people to improve their self-esteem?
  • Racism is against religious beliefs
  • Can teaching children to treat each other equally help to promote an anti-racist world?

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Is it Easy to Write an Argumentative Essay on Racism?

Racism is traumatic and a bad idea, and there must never be an excuse for it.

As controversial as the issue is, you can write an essay that explores this aspect and bring out a clear picture on why racism is such a bad idea altogether.

With that said, here’s a list of some argumentative essay topics on racism that you might want to consider for your next essay assignment.

How to Make Your Argumentative Essay on Racism Great 

The following are some useful writing tips that you can use to make your argumentative essay on racism stand out:

Examine the Historical Causes of Racism 

Try to dig deeper into the topic of racism by looking at historical causes of racial discrimination and prejudices.

Look at a number of credible sources to explore the connection between racism and salve trade, social developments, and politics.

Include these highlights in your essay to demonstrate that you researched widely on the topic before making your conclusion.

Demonstrate Critical Thinking 

Go the extra mile and talk about the things you believe people often leave out when writing argumentative essays on racism.

Consider why racial discrimination and prejudices are common in the society, their negative effects, and who benefits the most from racial policies.

Adding such information not only shows your instructor that you did your research but also understand the topic better.

Show the Relationship between Racism and Social Issues 

There’s no denying that racism has a strong connection with many types of social issues, including homophobia, slavery, and sexism.

Including these links, where necessary, and explaining them in details can make your essay more comprehensive and therefore worth reading.

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The social issues that we face today are more complex and multifaceted than ever before. And, as a result, there are a lot of great argumentative essay topics on racism. Here are just a few examples:

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Argumentative Essay Topics on Racism

  • How has institutional Racism affected the history of minority groups in the US? –
  • Should we consider Islamophobia racism?
  • Racism: Can we refer to it as a mental disorder?
  • Race: Does it serve any purpose in modern society?
  • How Racism impact the way Chinese American has been viewed.
  • Irishness: Should it be considered a show of racism?
  • Comic books: Can we consider it racist against black people?
  • How does Racism impact the way we view immigration? Description: In recent years, views of immigration in the United States have shifted with many Americans perceiving immigrants as a source of national prosperity, rather than an eminent burden
  • Racism Against Hispanics in America Description: One of the main challenges facing American society is racism. While the country is a multicultural society comprising of individuals from different cultures around the world, minority groups often face discrimination in the form hate crimes and racist comments. Although the issue of racism affects all minorities.
  • African American males are 10 times more likely to resist arrest than Caucasian males, is this due to them essentially resisting police brutality, or are other factors at play?
  • What is the driving force of racial police brutality?
  • Is defunding the police an effective way to end racial police brutality?
  • Racism. Discrimination and racial inequality. Essay Description: Today, everyone wants to reap the benefits of a diverse workforce. However, racism continues to be a major challenge to achieving this goal.
  • Prejudice towards ladies in hijab: Is it baseless?
  • Racism: Is it rooted in fear?
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Argumentative Essay Ideas on Racism

  • Does police brutality exist for other ethnicities other than African Americans?
  • Do prisons treat Caucasians differently than other ethnic groups?
  • Should prisons be segregated by race?
  • Educational Institutions take to Address Systemic Racism Description: Racism is a social issue that has existed for a long time, causing chaos among people from various races. It refers to discriminating against a person based on skin colour and ethnicity. Systematic racism, sometimes called institutional racism, refers to racism embedded in the regulations.
  • What countries are the most racist in the EU?
  • Do you agree with the statement, “there will always be color racism?”
  • Prejudice and racism: Are they the same thing?
  • What can be done to create pathways for more minority judges to take the bench?
  • Does Islamophobia separate minority populations in prison?
  • Is enough being done in the legal system to deter and punish hate crimes?
  • Should there be a zero-tolerance policy for racially biased police brutality?
  • Racial Discrimination: How We Can Face Racism Description: One of the most effective approaches to face racism and defeat it is through teaching the people its detrimental effects and how each one of us can be an agent of change. (Argumentative Essay Topics on Racism)

Theories of race and racism in an Administration of Justice, Criminal Justice race, gender and Class

These are just a few examples – there are literally endless possibilities when it comes to racism that you can write about in an argumentative essay . So, if you’re looking for some inspiration, don’t hesitate to check out these Research Paper Ideas on Racism with prompts!

Research Paper Ideas on Racism with prompts

  • Xenophobia, Racism and Alien Representation in District 9 Prompt: The term alien has many connotations for different people, from the scientific theory and sci-fi representations of extra-terrestrial life to the resurgence in modern society of legal uses regarding immigration. In popular culture these uses can often coincide whether metaphorical, allegorical, or explicit.
  • White and Black Team in Remember the Titans Prompt: Reducing prejudice essentially entails changing the values and beliefs by which people live. For many reasons, this is difficult. The first is that the ideals and expectations of individuals are also a long-standing pillar of their psychological stability.
  • Transformation of the American Government and “Tradition of Exclusion” Prompt: The United States of America is a country known for its pride in its democratic government, where the American Dream encourages everyone to strive for the very best. That rhetoric is deeply rooted in every aspect of life in this country from its conception until…
  • This is America: Oppression in America in Glover’s Music Video Prompt: A common topic we see in our society is the debate of gun control in America. It has been an ongoing argument due to the mass of shootings in schools, churches, nightclubs, etc. The number of shootings has only been increasing over the years.
  • Theory of Slavery as a Kind of Social Death Prompt: The Orlando theory of slavery as a social death is among the first and major type of full-scale comparative study that is attached to different slavery aspects.
  • The Review of the Glory Road Prompt: Glory Road is an American sports drama film directed by James Gartner, in view of a genuine story encompassing the occasions of the 1966 NCAA University Division Basketball Championship. It was released on 13th January 2006.
  • The Relationship Between Racism and the Ideology of Progress Prompt: Through the years, as a result of the two world wars and the Great Depression, the term progress and the meaning attached to it greatly suffered.
  • The Racial Discrimination in Bob Dylan’s Song Prompt: President John F. Kennedy delivered a powerful message to the American People on June 11th of 1963, calling Congress to view civil rights as a moral obligation instead of a legal issue.
  • The People Segregation by Society in Divergent Prompt: It is clear that the society in Divergent places unrealistic limits on its members identities from the beginning of the book. Segregating different personality types into different factions not only has consequences on society but on the individual.
  • The Influence of Racial Or Ethnic Discrimination a Person’s Self-concept Prompt: Discrimination and prejudiced attitudes are assumed to be damaging aspects of society. The research presents the cognitive, emotional, and social damages related to experiencing discrimination. This research proposal focuses on determining the impacts of prejudice and how it negatively affects an individual. (Argumentative Essay Topics on Racism)
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The social issues that we face today are more complex and multifaceted than ever before. And, as a result, there are a lot of great argumentative essay topics on racism. Here are just a few examples: racism research paper outline

Research Questions on Racism

  • Have you seen the video of George Floyd’s death? What was your reaction to it? How did it make you feel?
  • How would you define racism?
  • How have you experienced racism towards yourself or others? How did it make you feel?
  • Has anyone ever assumed something about you because of the color or your skin? If so, explain.
  • Have you ever assumed something about someone else because of the color of their skin? If so, explain.
  • Has anyone ever called you the “N” word or referred to others in that way while you were present? If so, please share what happened.
  • Why do you think racism exists in today’s society? How do you think it will affect your future?
  • How has the police brutality and the protests/demonstrations impacted you on a personal level?
  • Do you feel your relationship with God makes you better equipped to handle all that is going within society concerning race? Why or why not?
  • Do you think it is important to celebrate the differences in people? Why or why not?
  • Is it important to have oneness in Christ or sameness in Christ? Explain. Do you think there is a difference between the two? Explain.
  • How do you think we can move forward and carry out racial reconciliation as a society?

Great Racism Research Paper Topics

  • What are the effects of racism on society?
  • How can we stop racism from spreading in contemporary society?
  • The mental underpinnings of racism
  • How does racism impact a person’s brain?
  • Amounts of racism in various social groups
  • The importance of socialization in racial and ethnic groups
  • How does racial tension affect social interactions?
  • The following are some ideas for essays on racism and ethnicity in America.
  • Interethnic conflict in the United States and other countries
  • Systematic racism exists in America.
  • Racism is prevalent in American cities.
  • The rise of nationalism and xenophobia in America.
  • Postcolonial psychology essay topics for Native Americans
  • Latin American musical ethnography issues.
  • Legacy of Mesoamerican Civilizations
  • Endangered Native American languages
  • What steps are American businesses taking to combat racism?
  • The role of traditionalism in contemporary Latin American society
  • Ethnopolitical conflicts and their resolutions are good topics for African American research papers.
  • The prevalence of racism in hate crimes in the US.
  • Latin America Today: Religion, Celebration, and Identity
  • National politics of African Americans in contemporary America.

Good racism essay topics:

  • Why Should We Consider Race to Understand Fascism?
  • The Racial Problem in America
  • Postwar Race and Gender Histories: The Color of Sex
  • The Relevance of Race in Fascism Understanding
  • Cases of Racial Discrimination in the Workplace in the United States
  • Problems with Gender, Race, and Sexuality in Modern Society
  • “Frankie and Alice”: Race and Mental Health
  • The history of immigration, race, and labor in America
  • Power and racial symbolism in Coetzee’s “Disgrace.”
  • In America, race and educational attainment are related.
  • Race to the Top: The Early Learning Challenge
  • Social learning, critical racial theory, and feminist theories
  • Minority Crime and Race in the United States
  • Racial, ethnic, and gender diversity in society
  • Documentary series “Race: The Power of an Illusion.”

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Here’s a list of 150 essay ideas on racism to help you ace a perfect paper. The subjects are divided based on what you require!

Before we continue with the list of essay topics on racism, let's remember the definition of racism. In brief, it's a complex prejudice and a form of discrimination based on race. It can be done by an individual, a group, or an institution. If you belong to a racial or ethnic group, you are facing being in the minority. As it's usually caused by the group in power, there are many types of racism, including socio-cultural racism, internal racism, legal racism, systematic racism, interpersonal racism, institutional racism, and historical racism. You can also find educational or economic racism as there are many sub-sections that one can encounter.

150 Essay Topics on Racism to Help You Ace a Perfect Essay

General Recommendations

The subject of racism is one of the most popular among college students today because you can discuss it regardless of your academic discipline. Even though we are dealing with technical progress and the Internet, the problem of racism is still there. The world may go further and talk about philosophical matters, yet we still have to face them and explore the challenges. It makes it even more difficult to find a good topic that would be unique and inspiring. As a way to help you out, we have collected 150 racism essay topics that have been chosen by our experts. We recommend you choose something that motivates you and narrow things down a little bit to make your writing easier.

Why Choose a Topic on Racial Issues? 

When we explore racial issues, we are not only seeking the most efficient solutions but also reminding ourselves about the past and the mistakes that we should never make again. It is an inspirational type of work as we all can change the world. If you cannot choose a topic that inspires you, think about recent events, talk about your friend, or discuss something that has happened in your local area. Just take your time and think about how you can make the world a safer and better place.

The Secrets of a Good Essay About Racism 

The secret to writing a good essay on racism is not only stating that racism is bad but by exploring the origins and finding a solution. You can choose a discipline and start from there. For example, if you are a nursing student, talk about the medical principles and responsibilities where every person is the same. Talk about how it has not always been this way and discuss the methods and the famous theorists who have done their best to bring equality to our society. Keep your tone inspiring, explore, and tell a story with a moral lesson in the end. Now let’s explore the topic ideas on racism!

General Essay Topics On Racism 

As we know, no person is born a racist since we are not born this way and it cannot be considered a biological phenomenon. Since it is a practice that is learned and a social issue, the general topics related to racism may include socio-cultural, philosophical, and political aspects as you can see below. Here are the ideas that you should consider as you plan to write an essay on racial issues:

  • Are we born with racial prejudice? 
  • Can racism be unlearned? 
  • The political constituent of the racial prejudice and the colonial past? 
  • The humiliation of the African continent and the control of power. 
  • The heritage of the Black Lives Matter movement and its historical origins. 
  • The skin color issue and the cultural perceptions of the African Americans vs Mexican Americans. 
  • The role of social media in the prevention of racial conflicts in 2022 . 
  • Martin Luther King Jr. and his role in modern education. 
  • Konrad Lorenz and the biological perception of the human race. 
  • The relation of racial issues to nazism and chauvinism.

The Best Racism Essay Topics 

School and college learners often ask about what can be considered the best essay subject when asked to write on racial issues. Essentially, you have to talk about the origins of racism and provide a moral lesson with a solution as every person can be a solid contribution to the prevention of hatred and racial discrimination.

  • The schoolchildren's example and the attitude to the racial conflicts. 
  • Perception of racism in the United States versus Germany. 
  • The role of the scouting movement as a way to promote equality in our society. 
  •  Social justice and the range of opportunities that African American individuals could receive during the 1960s.
  •  The workplace equality and the negative perception of the race when the documents are being filed. 
  •  The institutional racism and the sources of the legislation that has paved the way for injustice. 
  •  Why should we talk to the children about racial prejudice and set good examples ? 
  •  The role of anthropology in racial research during the 1990s in the USA. 
  •  The Black Poverty phenomenon and the origins of the Black Culture across the globe. 
  •  The controversy of Malcolm X’s personality and his transition from anger to peacemaking.

Shocking Racism Essay Ideas 

Unfortunately, there are many subjects that are not easy to deal with when you are talking about the most horrible sides of racism. Since these subjects are sensitive, dealing with the shocking aspects of this problem should be approached with a warning in your introduction part so your readers know what to expect. As a rule, many medical and forensic students will dive into the issue, so these topic ideas are still relevant:

  • The prejudice against wearing a hoodie. 
  •  The racial violence in Western Africa and the crimes by the Belgian government. 
  •  The comparison of homophobic beliefs and the link to racial prejudice. 
  •  Domestic violence and the bias towards the cases based on race. 
  •  Racial discrimination in the field of the sex industry. 
  •  Slavery in the Middle East and the modern cultural perceptions. 
  •  Internal racism in the United States: why the black communities keep silent. 
  •  Racism in the American schools: the bias among the teachers. 
  •  Cyberbullying and the distorted image of the typical racists . 
  •  The prisons of Apartheid in South Africa.

Light and Simple Ideas Regarding Racism

If you are a high-school learner or a first-year college student, your essay on racism may not have to represent complex research with a dozen of sources. Here are some good ideas that are light and simple enough to provide you with inspiration and the basic points to follow:

  • My first encounter with racial prejudice. 
  •  Why do college students are always in the vanguard of social campaigns? 
  •  How are the racial issues addressed by my school? 
  •  The promotion of the African-American culture is a method to challenge prejudice and stereotypes. 
  • The history of blues music and the Black culture of the blues in the United States.
  • The role of slavery in the Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. 
  •  School segregation in the United States during the 1960s. 
  •  The negative effect of racism on the mental health of a person. 
  •  The advocacy of racism in modern society . 
  •  The heritage of “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” and the modern perception of the historical issues.

Interesting Topics on Racism For an Essay 

Contrary to the popular belief, when you have to talk about the cases of racial prejudice, you will also encounter many interesting essay topic ideas. As long as these are related to your main academic course, you can explore them. Here are some great ideas to consider:

  • Has the perception of Michael Jackson changed because of his skin transition? 
  •  The perception of racial problems by the British Broadcasting Corporation. 
  •  The role of the African American influencers on Instagram. 
  •  The comparison between the Asian students and the Mexican learners in the USA. 
  •  Latin culture and the similarities when compared to the Black culture with its peculiarities. 
  •  The racial impact in the “Boy In The Stripped Pajamas”. 
  •  Can we eliminate racism completely and how exactly, considering the answer is “Yes”? 
  •  Scientific research of modern racism and social media campaigns. 
  •  Why do some people believe that the Black Lives Matter movement is controversial? 
  • Male vs female challenges in relation to racial attitudes.

Argumentative Essay Topics About Race 

An argumentative type of writing requires making a clear statement or posing an assumption that will deal with a particular question. As we are dealing with racial prejudice or theories, it is essential to support your writing with at least one piece of evidence to make sure that you can support your opinion and stand for it as you write. Here are some good African American argumentative essay examples of topics and other ideas to consider:

  •  Racism is a mental disorder and cannot be treated with words alone. 
  •  Analysis of the traumatic experiences based on racial prejudice. 
  •  African-American communities and the sense of being inferior are caused by poverty. 
  •  Reading the memoirs of famous people that describe racial issues often provides a distorted image through the lens of a single person. 
  •  There is no academic explanation of racism since every case is different and is often based on personal perceptions. 
  •  The negatives of the post-racial perception as the latent system that advocates racism. 
  •  The link of racial origins to the concept of feminism and gender inequality. 
  •  The military bias and the merits that are earned by the African-American soldiers. 
  •  The media causes a negative image of the Latin and Mexican youth in the United States. 
  •  Does racism exist in kindergarten and why the youngsters do not think about racial prejudice?

Racism Research Paper Topics 

Dealing with The Black Lives Matter essay , you should focus on those aspects of racism that are not often discussed or researched by the media. You can take a particular case study or talk about the reasons why the BLM social campaign has started and whether the timing has been right. Here are some interesting racism topics for research paper that you should consider:

  • The link of criminal offenses to race is an example of the primary injustice .  
  • The socio-emotional burdens of slavery that one can trace among the representatives of the African-American population. 
  • Study of the cardio-vascular diseases among the American youth: a comparison of the Caucasian and Latin representatives. 
  • The race and the politics: dealing with the racial issues and the Trump administration analysis. 
  • The best methods to achieve medical equality for all people: where race has no place to be. 
  • The perception of racism by the young children: the negative side of trying to educate the youngsters. 
  • Racial prejudice in the UK vs the United States: analysis of the core differences. 
  • The prisons in the United States: why do the Blacks constitute the majority? 
  • The culture of Voodoo and the slavery: the link between the occult practices.
  • The native American people and the African Americans: the common woes they share.

Racism in Culture Topics 

Racism topics for essay in culture are always upon the surface because we can encounter them in books, popular political shows, movies, social media, and more. The majority of college students often ignore this aspect because things easily become confusing since one has to take a stand and explain the point. As a way to help you a little bit, we have collected several cultural racism topic ideas to help you start:

  • The perception of wealth by the Black community: why it differs when researched through the lens of past poverty?  
  • The rap music and the cultural constituent of the African-American community. 
  • The moral constituent of the political shows where racial jargon is being used. 
  • Why the racial jokes on television are against the freedom of speech?  
  • The ways how the modern media promotes racism by stirring up the conflict and actually doing harm. 
  • The isolated cases of racism and police violence in the United States as portrayed by the movies. 
  • Playing with the Black musicians: the history of jazz in the United States. 
  • The social distancing and the perception of isolation by the different races. 
  • The cultural multitude in the cartoons by the Disney Corporations: the pros and cons.
  • From assimilation to genocide: can the African American child make it big without living through the cultural bias?

Racism Essay Ideas in Literature 

One of the best ways to study racism is by reading the books by those who have been through it on their own or by studying the explorations by those who can write emotionally and fight for racial equality where racism has no place to be. Keeping all of these challenges in mind, our experts suggest turning to the books as you can explore racism in the literature by focusing on those who are against it and discussing the cases in the classic literature that are quite controversial.

  • The racial controversy of Ernest Hemingway's writing.  
  • The personal attitude of Mark Twain towards slavery and the cultural peculiarities of the times. 
  • The reasons why "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee book has been banned in libraries. 
  • The "Hate You Give" by Angie Thomas and the analysis of the justified and "legit" racism. 
  • Is the poetry by the gangsta rap an example of hidden racism? 
  • Maya Angelou and her timeless poetry. 
  • The portrayal of xenophobia in modern English language literature. 
  • What can we learn from the "Schilder's List" screenplay as we discuss the subject of genocide? 
  • Are there racial elements in "Othello" or Shakespeare's creation is beyond the subject?
  • Kate Chopin's perception of inequality in "Desiree's Baby".

Racism in Science Essay Ideas 

Racism is often studied by scientists because it's not only a cultural point or a social agenda that is driven by personal inferiority and similar factors of mental distortion. Since we can talk about police violence and social campaigns, it is also possible to discuss things through different disciplines. Think over these racism thesis statement ideas by taking a scientific approach and getting a common idea explained:

  • Can physical trauma become a cause for a different perception of race? 
  • Do we inherit racial intolerance from our family members and friends? 
  • Can a white person assimilate and become a part of the primarily Black community? 
  • The people behind the concept of Apartheid: analysis of the critical factors. 
  • Can one prove the fact of the physical damage of the racial injustice that lasted through the years? 
  • The bond between mental diseases and the slavery heritage among the Black people. 
  • Should people carry the blame for the years of social injustice? 
  • How can we explain the metaphysics of race? 
  • What do the different religions tell us about race and the best ways to deal with it? 
  • Ethnic prejudices based on age, gender, and social status vs general racism.

Cinema and Race Topics to Write About 

As a rule, the movies are also a great source for writing an essay on racial issues. Remember to provide the basic information about the movie or include examples with the quotations to help your readers understand all the major points that you make. Here are some ideas that are worth your attention:

  • The negative aspect of the portrayal of racial issues by Hollywood.  
  • Should the disturbing facts and the graphic violence be included in the movies about slavery? 
  • Analysis of the "Green Mile" movie and the perception of equality in our society.  
  • The role of music and culture in the "Django Unchained" movie. 
  • The "Ghosts of Mississippi" and the social aspect of the American South compared to how we perceive it today. 
  • What can we learn from the "Malcolm X" movie created by Spike Lee? 
  • "I am Not Your Negro" movie and the role of education through the movies. 
  • "And the Children Shall Lead" the movie as an example that we are not born racist. 
  • Do we really have the "Black Hollywood" concept in reality? 
  • Do the movies about racial issues only cause even more racial prejudice?

Race and Ethnic Relations 

Another challenging problem is the internal racism and race and ethnicity essay topics that we can observe not only in the United States but all over the world as well. For example, the Black people in the United States and the representatives of the rap music culture will divide themselves between the East Coast and the West Coast where far more than cultural differences exist. The same can be encountered in Afghanistan or in Belgium. Here are some essay topics on race and ethnicity idea samples to consider:

  • The racial or the ethnic conflict? What can we learn from Afghan society? 
  • Religious beliefs divide us based on ethnicity . 
  • What are the major differences between ethnic and racial conflicts? 
  • Why we are able to identify the European Black person and the Black coming from the United States? 
  • Racism and ethnicity's role in sports. 
  • How can an ethnic conflict be resolved with the help of anti-racial methods? 
  • The medical aspect of being an Asian in the United States. 
  • The challenges of learning as an African American person during the 1950s. 
  • The role of the African American people in the Vietnam war and their perception by the locals. 
  • Ethnicity's role in South Africa as the concept of Apartheid has been formed.

Biology and Racial Issues 

If you are majoring in Biology or would like to research this side of the general issue of race, it is essential to think about how we can fight racism in practice by turning to healthcare or the concepts that are historical in their nature. Although we cannot explain slavery per se other than by turning to economics and the rule of power that has no justification, biologists believe that racial challenges can be approached by their core beliefs as well.

  • Can we create an isolated non-racist society in 2022? 
  • If we assume that a social group has never heard of racism, can it occur? 
  • The physical versus cultural differences in the racial inequality cases? 
  • The biological peculiarities of the different races? 
  • Do we carry the cultural heritage of our race? 
  • Interracial marriage through the lens of Biology. 
  • The origins of the racial concept and its evolution. 
  • The core ways how slavery has changed the African-American population. 
  • The linguistic peculiarities of the Latin people. 
  • The resistance of the different races towards vaccination.

Modern Racism Topics to Consider 

In case you would like to deal with a modern subject that deals with racism, you can go beyond the famous Black Lives Matter movement by focusing on the cases of racism in sports or talking about the peacemakers or the famous celebrities who have made a solid difference in the elimination of racism.

  • The Global Citizen campaign is a way to eliminate racial differences. 
  • The heritage of Aretha Franklin and her take on the racial challenges. 
  • The role of the Black Stars in modern society: the pros and cons. 
  • Martin Luther King Day in the modern schools. 
  • How can Instagram help to eliminate racism? 
  • The personality of Michelle Obama as a fighter for peace. 
  • Is a society without racism a utopian idea? 
  • How can comic books help youngsters understand equality? 
  • The controversy in the death of George Floyd. 
  • How can we break down the stereotypes about Mexicans in the United States?

Racial Discrimination Essay Ideas 

If your essay should focus on racial discrimination, you should think about the environment and the type of prejudice that you are facing. For example, it can be in school or at the workplace, at the hospital, or in a movie that you have attended. Here are some discrimination topics research paper ideas that will help you to get started:

  • How can a schoolchild report the case of racism while being a minor?  
  • The discrimination against women's rights during the 1960s. 
  • The employment problem and the chances of the Latin, Asian, and African American applicants. 
  • Do colleges implement a certain selection process against different races? 
  • How can discrimination be eliminated via education? 
  • African-American challenges in sports. 
  • The perception of discrimination, based on racial principles and the laws in the United States. 
  • How can one report racial comments on social media? 
  • Is there discrimination against white people in our society? 
  • Covid-19 and racial discrimination: the lessons we have learned.

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  • Start your essay on racial issues by narrowing things down after you choose the general topic. 
  • Get your facts straight by checking the dates, the names, opinions from both sides of an issue, etc. 
  • Provide examples if you are talking about the general aspects of racism. 
  • Do not use profanity and show due respect even if you are talking about shocking things. The same relates to race and ethnic relations essay topics that are based on religious conflicts. Stay respectful! 
  • Provide references and citations to avoid plagiarism and to keep your ideas supported by at least one piece of evidence.

Recommendations to Help You Get Inspired

Speaking of recommended books and articles to help you start with this subject, you should check " The Ideology of Racism: Misusing Science to Justify Racial Discrimination " by William H. Tucker who is a professor of social sciences at Rutgers University. Once you read this great article, think about the poetry by Maya Angelou as one of the best examples to see the practical side of things.

The other recommendations worth checking include:

- How to be Anti-Racist by Ibram X. Kendi . - White Fragility by Robin Diangelo . - So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo .

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Racism is a belief that racial traits differences make members of a particular race superior to members of other races. Racism is almost in every part of the world, and its impact is already calling global attention. Even some school subjects teach students about the impacts that racism has on society. Subjects like these sometimes require students to write argumentative essays on racism. Although many racism issues are suitable for argumentative essays, students find it difficult to get them. We have listed the best racism argumentative essay topics below to achieve our aim, which centers on helping students with essay topics. Students should go through the topics and select the ones they can argue best. All the argumentative essay topics on racism that we listed below are easy enough for students to write about. Students who use them for essays will know what to write about them without going through stress. Also, we added some popular beliefs of racists which students can either support or oppose in their essays.

  • Is Racism A Global Disease?
  • Is Black Pride Racism?
  • Humans can’t overcome racism
  • Racism is universal
  • Is racism a form of mental illness?
  • Racism is in every heart
  • Will racism ever disappear?
  • Mexicans are racists
  • Racism is not a crime
  • Every society needs some racists
  • A racist president rules country better than an anti-racist president
  • Trump is not racist by calling African countries shithole countries
  • White people and black people should have equal rights
  • Racial discrimination is unfair
  • Racism will always be a common thing in America
  • Cultural diversity breeds racism
  • African Americans deserve to dominate America
  • The effects of racism are worse than that of earthquake
  • Racism can lead to WWIII
  • Racism is a big threat to humanity
  • It is not a crime to be a racist
  • Racism is common among children
  • The problems of racism can cause chaos around the world
  • Trade war is a form of racism
  • Native Americans are racists
  • Racism can lead to another Holocaust
  • Slavery is not a form of racism
  • African Americans are racists
  • White people should enjoy human rights more than black people
  • Racism is a natural thing
  • Health care disparity is not a form of racism
  • Prejudice is a common thing in America
  • There should be racism in the criminal justice system
  • The Latino Community Is Full Of Racists
  • The movie industry is promoting racism
  • Racism makes life worth living
  • Some Disney Films Promote Racism
  • Schools should teach students to say no to racism
  • Parents should punish those children for every racist trait that they manifest
  • There are no effective laws that discourage people from being racists
  • Racism is not reality
  • Racism is an inborn nature of humans
  • Racism is the root of all evil
  • There are no health risks associated with racism
  • Racism has nothing to do with self-esteem
  • Dialogue can’t resolve the issue of racism
  • Anti-racists movements are not doing any good in society
  • The seed of racism is sown right from childhood
  • Racism does make us less humane
  • The treatment of unknown Muslims like terrorists in the US is not a form of racism
  • It is racism to illustrate Indians as unhygienic and parochial in Western books
  • Racism is the worst type of discrimination
  • Racism is not a sin according to religious doctrines
  • Genocide is the biggest form of racism
  • Do religions promote racism?
  • Racism is a crime
  • Movements like Black Lives Matter cant stop racism in America
  • Racial trait differences should be overlooked
  • Does racism has any positive impact on society
  • Can the American government do anything to stop racism?
  • Racism is not against religious beliefs
  • Racism should be a norm in the society
  • Racism hinders the development of societies
  • Racism is worst than the deadliest disease
  • Government can’t stop its citizen from being racists
  • All racist have psychological problems
  • Racism is not a taboo
  • Bad childhood experience can make an individual become a racist
  • There is a cure for racism
  • Racists tend to be kinder than non-racists
  • Racists tend to be more principled than non-racists
  • The difference in skin color is not the primary cause of racism in the western world

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  • Race and Gender in “Hidden Figures” (2016) Discussing the restroom scene within the context of the main theme of race and gender in Hidden Figures is important because it showed the tension between the urgent scientific work and the lack of logic […]
  • Race and Ethnicity It is possible to believe that since the concept of race was a social description of genetic and biological differences then the biologists would agree with these assertions.
  • Racism and Discrimination as Social Constructs This is because the concept of race has a negative connotation in the society. For example in some societies, especially the western society; the concept of race implies un-fair treatment and discrimination of a particular […]
  • Meanings and Messages About Gender and Race in “The Hate U Give” by Tillman Jr As the country continues to witness the brutality of the security forces against members of the minority races, several media objects have emerged to express the social dissatisfaction with this kind of discrimination in modern […]
  • Race, Class and Gender: Feminism – A Transformational Politic The social construction of difference in America has its historical roots in the days of slavery, the civil war, the civil rights movement, and the various shades of affirmative action that have still not managed […]
  • Race and Meaning of Home in Toni Morrison’s Novel In her novel Home, however, Morrison argues that the history of race and racism in the United States complicates the concept of home.
  • Race Matters, Cancel Culture, and “Boys Go to Jupiter” The silence that the accusers in the Town Hall subject Claire to is deafening and a powerful ending to the story.
  • “A Brief History of the Human Race” by Michael Cook Michael Cook’s “A Brief History of the Human Race” portrays the general outline of global human history over the past 10,000 years.
  • Representation of Race in Disney Films Stereotypical approach to the issues of people’s culture, racial and ethnic characteristics has the capacity to make them ignore the existing differences amongst individuals hence making them concentrate on the negative side of the life […]
  • Controversy of Gender and Race Discrimination Gender and race issues should be well tackled, for instance, in some of the societies men are believed to be superior to women and hold all the important positions in the society.
  • Race in Popular Culture: “Get Out” (2017) The themes of white-black relationships and the role of the police in racial judgments comprise the two major topics for a thorough discussion.
  • Race, Ethnicity, Family and Religion Religion on the other hand, is important as it forms the basis of ideologies that a given people would ascribe to family. This occurrence shows how religion is dear and important to the lives of […]
  • The Impact of Gender, Race, and Sexuality in Children’s Films The film Lady and the Tramp, released in 1955, tells the audience a romance story of two dogs, Lady and Tramp, who fall in love with each other.
  • “Race, Class, and Gender in the United States” by P. Rothenberg In this respect, the title of the book fully indicates its reliability and straightforward character of it in terms of the contemporary social situation between minorities and the majority of the American nation.
  • Race and Gender in Physical Education and Sports These factors create the diversity of cultures and nations, and inclusiveness, giving access to the best talents and disclosing the individual’s potential, abilities, and strengths.
  • Analysis of Fuentes’s “The Myth of Race” He showed that none of the ABO gene alleles is unique to any race, and none of the ABO patterns correspond to the biological classifications of races.
  • Racism and Intolerance: The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre The 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre: Crafting a Legacy by Messer elaborates on the legacy of the event and its repercussions and offers a profound analysis of the issue, which strengthened my focus of the research.
  • Race Matters by Cornel West: A Book Review The rise of racist and sexist tendencies due to the lack of affirmative action is doubtful because it is not the only element in the fight against racial and sexual prejudice. However, West is of […]
  • Enterobius Vermicularis: A Worm That Knows No Class, Race or Culture Pinworm infection is generally asymptomatic but the most common symptom is perianal itching (Michelle, Kalyana, 2005).
  • The Issues of Race in the Military Consequently, to fully comprehend and assimilate the nature of racial and ethical discrimination meted out on the black military personnel’s or to better put it for military officers of different race or colour, one will […]
  • Race and History: Cheikh Anta Diop “Civilization or Barbarism” One of the ways to study ancient communities is to analyze the remains of their culture. Diop refers to the findings of M.
  • Impact of race and ethnicity in American history The expressions race and ethnicity connote the multiplicity of the American society that today is one of the most diverse in the world.
  • Remaking Manhood Through Race and Civilization Bederman said that aside from the fact that race and gender is the most important requirement to open doors of opportunities it is not enough to be male to ascend to the top of the […]
  • Gender and Race as Social Facts The patterns are external to the individual, and they are driven by external coercive power. Consequently, race and gender become specific social facts that shape society and are shaped by it.
  • Race in Aphra Behn’s “Oroonoko” The literature of the 17th century is characterized by the emergence of various works describing the life of African slaves in the New World.
  • Race and Social Class Relationship The formation of the society and the pace of its development directly depend on people living in it and determining the norms of life.
  • Gender, Race and Class These ambivalent attitudes towards females are used by males to remain at the top of the hierarchy of power and leadership and place females at the bottom. The concepts are entrenched in our society and […]
  • Race Represented in American and Chinese Music In order to achieve the objective, the author defines and put into practice the idea of “Blacksound” the audible and physical heritage of blackface performances as the source of all popular music, art, and culture […]
  • Race and Development of Music in America The author’s justification for the essay is the role of social history in determining the creation and evolution of music genres by African Americans.
  • Race, Racism, and Dangers of Race Thinking While it is true that some forms of race thinking can be used to justify and perpetuate racism, it is not necessarily the case that all forms of race thinking are inherently racist. Race thinking […]
  • Race and Gender Analysis: Key Differences The analyst should place both genders in different departments and see which gender is appropriate for a particular operation as it will promote racing between them.
  • How the Race Concept Has Changed Over Time For example, in the ancient world, white European men used the concept of race to justify their conquest and colonization of other parts of the world.
  • The Validity of the Race Concept As a result, the concept of race is not useful in terms of social life. Hence, the phenomenon of being a human is far more relevant than sticking to classifying a person based on their […]
  • Critical Race Theory, Model Minority and Foreignness The theory assumes that social development and intellectual analysis of organized legal frameworks are based on the idea that race is not natural or biological based on the features of different subgroups.
  • The Social Construction of Race Hence, the concept of race as a social construct it is human-invented and was also created to identify physical differences between people.
  • Can the Human Race Survive Without Genetically Modified Food? Although genetically modified food is a recent invention, the humankind will be unable to survive without it due to the rise in the global population.
  • The Concepts of Race and Ethnicity in Modern America In Chapter 11 of their book Introduction to Sociology, Giddens et al.discuss the concepts of race and ethnicity and explore racism in the modern US.
  • Race and Ethnicity in the Context of Stratification However, the race has often been used as a factor of discrimination and social stratification. The reason for such conflicts is numerous myths about social stratification regarding race that persist in some parts of the […]
  • The Difference between a Biological and a Social View of Race A biological and a social view of race are very different, which creates a misconception of race in society and leads to discrimination.
  • Jews Students: Race, Education, and Myth-Making The main argument about the interconnection of race, education, and myth-making will be depicted in the example of Jews students. The atmosphere in New York in the 1910s and 1920s was full of discrimination against […]
  • Race Factor in Students Admission to Law School However, he approved the need for a diverse student body and the use of race in admission based on an individual evaluation, not a group; the institution must assess other factors such as participation in […]
  • Race and Ethnicity: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives It was precisely based on racial strife that the countries waged wars all the time and sought to subjugate the peoples, showing the ambitions of hegemons. The boundaries of an ethnic group, unlike a race, […]
  • Race Identification and History Taking in Nursing Nevertheless, family members and the patient may be unaware of the role of race in history taking. After that, the nurse proceeds to note that s/he noticed the race section was blank and explains the […]
  • Review of Race, Ethnicity, and Age Trends in Persons Who Died From COVID-19 Categories display along the horizontal axis, and the height of the bar equates to the score of each class. The graph concludes that from May to August, the proportion of White decedents declined from 56.
  • Race and Ethnicity in Social Work Differences in customs, beliefs, language of communication, and cultural values among the various immigrant races and ethnicities affected how we delivered our social aid. We had to overcome the ethnic and racial barriers that would […]
  • The Connection of Race and Class to Activism In all of these cases, women suffered from sexual abuse, and the movement of #MeeToo rose, helping women save each other from the abuse.
  • The Death of Race by Brian Bantum In the first chapter, the author states that “race is this act of conjuring,”2 a statement that can be used to imply that the creation of the idea of race has been misleading.
  • Social Causes of Suicide: Sex, Race, Ethnicity, Age Group, and Mechanism of Death Suicide is one of the top ten main causes of death in the United States, making it a major issue. The suicide rate in the West is higher than in the South, Midwest, and Northeast.
  • Race as a Social Construct: Issues of Barriers Since it occurs in the conditions of scarcity of resources essential for the survival of citizens, the varying degree of access to them can be determined on the basis of racial background.
  • Conservative Case on Banning Critical Race Theory Critical Race Theory is an educative rebellion that tries to understand how white power is generated and upheld as a cultural, political, and at the same time, legal condition, especially in the United States context. […]
  • The Case of Victor Jailed on Counts of Violence: Race, Gender, Age Oblivious of how keen Victor was at a tender age, the actions by his mother and the partners created huge damage to his character and necessitated a violent change in his behavior.
  • Sociology and Race Disparities in Health A proper sociological approach to the issue of race as related to health disparities may alleviate it by focusing on the stratifying principles of race, such as socioeconomic disadvantages and discrimination.
  • Pop Culture and Race, Ethnicity, Sexual Morality, and Gender On the other hand, there is a historically, politically, and economically determined point of intersection between parts of the feminist movement and the conservative media.
  • Construction of Race in “The Eye of the Storm” Video The “Eye of the Storm” video is a fascinating example of how race can be socially constructed in the classroom. Thus, Elliott socially constructed race by suggesting that one group of children is better than […]
  • Waves of Immigration: Recognizing Race and Ethnicity In 1965, Congress overturned the discriminatory immigration quota system and passed legislation based on the principles of family reunification and the attraction of a highly-skilled workforce to the United States.
  • Defending Haslanger Against Race Essentialism In her conclusion, Haslanger states that it is the responsibility of people to define what gender and race are for theoretical purposes and usage.
  • White Counselors Broaching Race and Racism Study The essence of the verbal behavior of the consultants is the ways of their reaction in the process of interaction with the client – the basic skills of counseling, accessibly including race and racism topics.
  • Contemporary Debates on Ethnicity and Race Furthermore, outside the perspectives of the UK, the article raises the questions of collective social identity in relation to race and ethnicity.
  • Hillbilly vs. Race Music Impact on American Radio When speaking about hillbilly and race music in terms of their recognition in American culture, it is necessary to mention the role of the radio in the process.
  • Sociology: The Critical Race Theory Some of the cases of racial discrimination that brought about the fight against the implementation and introduction of the critical race theory to the new generation include past cases of racial injustices.
  • Race and Class Correlation in America Investigations of the elements of race and class together have endeavored to unravel the impact of the two by parsing out the manners by which the putative impacts of one may be clarified by the […]
  • University Diversity Policies and Critical Race Theory All in all, Iverson brilliantly made a critical analysis of diversity action plans and came to the argument that universities’ diversity policies discursively put minorities in the inferior in relation to White students’ position.
  • Segregation in the US & Race, Employment and Criminal Record The fictional history stresses whites’ collaboration to preserve the segregation laws, which evolved from furious masses in the initial periods of the Great Migration to the development of elegant community construction.
  • Race, Gender and Socially Constructed Rules Considering prompt B, I believe the long-term employee does not have a valid point in claiming that their Mediterranean ancestry and natural biological impulses prevent them from trying to court the new employee.
  • Race and Ethnicity in the United States While these concepts depict a correlation between minority groups and the poignant salient aspect of racial conflicts, the penal code is at the forefront of the disproportionate promotion of inequalities in crime prevention.
  • Defining the Terms Race and Ethnicity Race is the distinctive group that humans categorize themselves into based on physical characteristics such as the color of the skin, hair texture, or size of the lips.
  • Race and Ethnicity Differences and Impacts The first blood law was in the year 1705 and was known as the one-eighth rule where one was considered black if one of their great grandparents was entirely of African decency.
  • Social Class and Race From 1865 to 1920 In the late 1870s, the Farmers Alliance was established to fight for the lower social classes’ freedom and success. The 1890s marked a significant evolution of the Alliance to the People’s Party that did not […]
  • Race Matters for Asian and African Women Leaders The study by Rosette et al.aims at exploring the influence of racial stereotypes of Asian and African American women on the two types of agentic bias, namely, agentic deficiency and agentic penalty.
  • Relationship of Hip-Hop With Race and Identity The beefing between the two hip-hop artists, Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks, indicates a misapprehension existing on hip-hop’s history. Due to the competitive nature of the market, artists try to survive by beefing with their […]
  • COVID-19: How Race, Gender and Marriage Contribute to Humanity A study by Landivar et al.about the effect of the virus on gender and marriage in the US reveals that the pandemic has worsened gender inequality in employment.
  • Global Media’s Portrayal of Race and Gender Stereotypical gender images in the media are stable and generalized representations of the mass consciousness about the social functions and models of behavior of men and women, expressed in visual and verbal images.
  • Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Programming Paul, Jane & Elizabeth described the race as a social categorization based on phenotype and a social factor that is capable of influencing health and utilization of healthcare.
  • Race, Ethnicity, and Gender Racial and ethnical issues are closely associated with the establishment of historical relations between the whites and the blacks in the American society.
  • Asian Americans and Latino Families: Race and Ethnicity Diversity also brought out in “Fresh off the Boat” through comparison of Asian-American family values and Caucasian-American ones.
  • “Race, Refugees, and International Law” by Achiume In the article “Race, Refugees, and International Law,” the author describes the definition of the term “race” as the social systems of meaning that attach to elements of morphology and ancestry.
  • Inclusive Policies & Race Relations in the UK Higher Education Sector This study is a research proposal aimed at understanding the efficacy of inclusive policies in promoting race relations in the UK higher education sector.
  • Race Is a Social Construct Rather Than Biological In the 15th century England, for instance, phrases such as ‘the race of bishops’ or ‘the race of saints’ were commonly used. The former refers to the drawing of conclusions about people on the basis […]
  • Race and Ethnicity Impact on US Municipality Politics The politicians who were opportunists, referred to as the machines, aided the assimilation of the immigrants and helped them have a sense of belonging in the new areas of residence.
  • Race, Class, and Gender in Kincaid’s The Autobiography of My Mother The lack of love and all the consequence of it transcends the entire novel: “I did not love her. She was not feminine but desirable for the opposite sex because she learned to accept the […]
  • Empirical and Theoretical Studies Own-Race Bias The present paper represents a literature review on the subject of own-race bias a set of scientific articles reporting about empirical and theoretical studies in the sphere are analyzed to estimate the present-day progress of […]
  • Facebook: Reflection of Race- and Gender-Based Narrative For example, the presentation of Egypt in the Book of Exodus shows the oppressed structure.”The Egyptians became ruthless in imposing tasks on the Israelites, and made their lives bitter with hard service in mortar and […]
  • Race: A Social Construct or a Term From Biology? The studies of the human genome in the past led to a belief that race is a constant that defines a set of characteristics to which an individual of this race will be predisposed.
  • Race and Color Discrimination Against US Employees Jobs should be evaluated and analyzed in order to determine the relative pay of each class of job. Promotions should be based on work performance and the ability and morality of employees.
  • Children’s Understanding of Their Race This perception is also imposed on children and, therefore, in the future, they may encounter problems due to the negative understanding of their race.
  • Race-Based Jury Nullification Advantages and Disadvantages The jury considers the application of the law unjust to the defendant. In view of this, the nullification of the law is witnessed.
  • Race Factor in Offending & Victimization Rates Although the homicide rates have been increasing from the 1950s both in the White and African American communities, the rate of increase in the African American community has been at higher levels.
  • Race and Culture Factors in Crime That is why this paper’s objective is to explore different views on how the factors of race and culture can influence the violent and criminal behavior in people, to analyze the evident correlations between the […]
  • Differences in Health Status by Race Health disparities are defined as the dissimilarity between groups of people in terms of disproportion in health status, the spread of various diseases, and access to services.
  • “Poverty, Race, and the Contexts of Achievement” by Maryah Stella Fram et al. The article “Poverty, race, and the contexts of achievement: examining the educational experience of children in the U.S. Multilevel models were then applied in the analyses of how children varied in their reading scores depending […]
  • Race-Based Medicine: Diseases in Different Groups of the Population BiDil and its success in reducing heart failure in African Americans is a clear example of the new benefits that can be seen by this new way of medicine. The benefits of race-based medicine should […]
  • “Revisiting America: Readings in Race, Culture, and Conflict” by S. Wyle The diversity in the social and societal background of the United States cannot go without the trends for the historical basis of the nation.
  • Has Race Relationship in America Gotten Better or Worse? It is the main problem that contributes to the fact that despite the law being on the side of Black people, they are still the ones who are arrested on the streets more often and […]
  • Unlearning Race as Biology It is scientifically proven that race is not a reliable shortcut or proxy but simply a distraction that does not let see the real and the whole picture of one’s condition and situation.
  • Hospital Discharge Data Set in Relation to Race The second thing is that some people may not understand the difference or relevance of categories ethnicity and race or use broad categories, for example, Asian, making it necessary to adjust data sheets such as […]
  • Race at the Intersections: Sociology, 3rd Wave Feminism, and Critical Race Theory In this reading, the author examines the phenomenon of racism not merely as an issue but a systematic, institutionalized, and cultural phenomenon that is hard to eliminate.
  • Race and Ethnicity in Head Coaching Positions Firstly, the extent of the underrepresentation of racial diversity in American sports is one of the most predominant reasons for the industry to seek more African-American coaches.
  • Race and Ethnicity, Other Minorities and Discrimination The author argues that the downgrading of the social status of Arabs in the US could be measured through the various “public policies, in mainstream representations, in social patterns of discrimination, separation, and exclusion, and […]
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  • Black Americans see little improvement in their lives despite increased national attention to racial issues
  • Few Black adults expect equality for Black people in the U.S.
  • Black adults say racism and police brutality are extremely big problems for Black people in the U.S.
  • Personal experiences with discrimination are widespread among Black Americans
  • Black adults see voting as the most effective strategy for moving toward equality in the U.S.
  • Some Black adults see Black businesses and communities as effective remedies for inequality
  • Black Americans say race matters little when choosing political allies
  • The legacy of slavery affects Black Americans today
  • Most Black adults agree the descendants of enslaved people should be repaid
  • The types of repayment Black adults think would be most helpful
  • Responsibility for reparations and the likelihood repayment will occur
  • Black adults say the criminal justice system needs to be completely rebuilt
  • Black adults say political, economic and health care systems need major changes to ensure fair treatment
  • Most Black adults say funding for police departments should stay the same or increase
  • Acknowledgments
  • Appendix: Supplemental tables
  • The American Trends Panel survey methodology

Photo showing visitors at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Astrid Riecken/picture alliance via Getty Images)

Pew Research Center conducted this analysis to understand the nuances among Black people on issues of racial inequality and social change in the United States. This in-depth survey explores differences among Black Americans in their views on the social status of the Black population in the U.S.; their assessments of racial inequality; their visions for institutional and social change; and their outlook on the chances that these improvements will be made. The analysis is the latest in the Center’s series of in-depth surveys of public opinion among Black Americans (read the first, “ Faith Among Black Americans ” and “ Race Is Central to Identity for Black Americans and Affects How They Connect With Each Other ”).

The online survey of 3,912 Black U.S. adults was conducted Oct. 4-17, 2021. Black U.S. adults include those who are single-race, non-Hispanic Black Americans; multiracial non-Hispanic Black Americans; and adults who indicate they are Black and Hispanic. The survey includes 1,025 Black adults on Pew Research Center’s American Trends Panel (ATP) and 2,887 Black adults on Ipsos’ KnowledgePanel. Respondents on both panels are recruited through national, random sampling of residential addresses.

Recruiting panelists by phone or mail ensures that nearly all U.S. Black adults have a chance of selection. This gives us confidence that any sample can represent the whole population (see our Methods 101 explainer on random sampling). Here are the questions used for the survey of Black adults, along with its responses and methodology .

The terms “Black Americans,” “Black people” and “Black adults” are used interchangeably throughout this report to refer to U.S. adults who self-identify as Black, either alone or in combination with other races or Hispanic identity.

Throughout this report, “Black, non-Hispanic” respondents are those who identify as single-race Black and say they have no Hispanic background. “Black Hispanic” respondents are those who identify as Black and say they have Hispanic background. We use the terms “Black Hispanic” and “Hispanic Black” interchangeably. “Multiracial” respondents are those who indicate two or more racial backgrounds (one of which is Black) and say they are not Hispanic.

Respondents were asked a question about how important being Black was to how they think about themselves. In this report, we use the term “being Black” when referencing responses to this question.

In this report, “immigrant” refers to people who were not U.S. citizens at birth – in other words, those born outside the U.S., Puerto Rico or other U.S. territories to parents who were not U.S. citizens. We use the terms “immigrant,” “born abroad” and “foreign-born” interchangeably.

Throughout this report, “Democrats and Democratic leaners” and just “Democrats” both refer to respondents who identify politically with the Democratic Party or who are independent or some other party but lean toward the Democratic Party. “Republicans and Republican leaners” and just “Republicans” both refer to respondents who identify politically with the Republican Party or are independent or some other party but lean toward the Republican Party.

Respondents were asked a question about their voter registration status. In this report, respondents are considered registered to vote if they self-report being absolutely certain they are registered at their current address. Respondents are considered not registered to vote if they report not being registered or express uncertainty about their registration.

To create the upper-, middle- and lower-income tiers, respondents’ 2020 family incomes were adjusted for differences in purchasing power by geographic region and household size. Respondents were then placed into income tiers: “Middle income” is defined as two-thirds to double the median annual income for the entire survey sample. “Lower income” falls below that range, and “upper income” lies above it. For more information about how the income tiers were created, read the methodology .

Bar chart showing after George Floyd’s murder, half of Black Americans expected policy changes to address racial inequality, After George Floyd’s murder, half of Black Americans expected policy changes to address racial inequality

More than a year after the murder of George Floyd and the national protests, debate and political promises that ensued, 65% of Black Americans say the increased national attention on racial inequality has not led to changes that improved their lives. 1 And 44% say equality for Black people in the United States is not likely to be achieved, according to newly released findings from an October 2021 survey of Black Americans by Pew Research Center.

This is somewhat of a reversal in views from September 2020, when half of Black adults said the increased national focus on issues of race would lead to major policy changes to address racial inequality in the country and 56% expected changes that would make their lives better.

At the same time, many Black Americans are concerned about racial discrimination and its impact. Roughly eight-in-ten say they have personally experienced discrimination because of their race or ethnicity (79%), and most also say discrimination is the main reason many Black people cannot get ahead (68%).  

Even so, Black Americans have a clear vision for how to achieve change when it comes to racial inequality. This includes support for significant reforms to or complete overhauls of several U.S. institutions to ensure fair treatment, particularly the criminal justice system; political engagement, primarily in the form of voting; support for Black businesses to advance Black communities; and reparations in the forms of educational, business and homeownership assistance. Yet alongside their assessments of inequality and ideas about progress exists pessimism about whether U.S. society and its institutions will change in ways that would reduce racism.

These findings emerge from an extensive Pew Research Center survey of 3,912 Black Americans conducted online Oct. 4-17, 2021. The survey explores how Black Americans assess their position in U.S. society and their ideas about social change. Overall, Black Americans are clear on what they think the problems are facing the country and how to remedy them. However, they are skeptical that meaningful changes will take place in their lifetime.

Black Americans see racism in our laws as a big problem and discrimination as a roadblock to progress

Bar chart showing about six-in-ten Black adults say racism and police brutality are extremely big problems for Black people in the U.S. today

Black adults were asked in the survey to assess the current nature of racism in the United States and whether structural or individual sources of this racism are a bigger problem for Black people. About half of Black adults (52%) say racism in our laws is a bigger problem than racism by individual people, while four-in-ten (43%) say acts of racism committed by individual people is the bigger problem. Only 3% of Black adults say that Black people do not experience discrimination in the U.S. today.

In assessing the magnitude of problems that they face, the majority of Black Americans say racism (63%), police brutality (60%) and economic inequality (54%) are extremely or very big problems for Black people living in the U.S. Slightly smaller shares say the same about the affordability of health care (47%), limitations on voting (46%), and the quality of K-12 schools (40%).

Aside from their critiques of U.S. institutions, Black adults also feel the impact of racial inequality personally. Most Black adults say they occasionally or frequently experience unfair treatment because of their race or ethnicity (79%), and two-thirds (68%) cite racial discrimination as the main reason many Black people cannot get ahead today.

Black Americans’ views on reducing racial inequality

Bar chart showing many Black adults say institutional overhauls are necessary to ensure fair treatment

Black Americans are clear on the challenges they face because of racism. They are also clear on the solutions. These range from overhauls of policing practices and the criminal justice system to civic engagement and reparations to descendants of people enslaved in the United States.

Changing U.S. institutions such as policing, courts and prison systems

About nine-in-ten Black adults say multiple aspects of the criminal justice system need some kind of change (minor, major or a complete overhaul) to ensure fair treatment, with nearly all saying so about policing (95%), the courts and judicial process (95%), and the prison system (94%).

Roughly half of Black adults say policing (49%), the courts and judicial process (48%), and the prison system (54%) need to be completely rebuilt for Black people to be treated fairly. Smaller shares say the same about the political system (42%), the economic system (37%) and the health care system (34%), according to the October survey.

While Black Americans are in favor of significant changes to policing, most want spending on police departments in their communities to stay the same (39%) or increase (35%). A little more than one-in-five (23%) think spending on police departments in their area should be decreased.

Black adults who favor decreases in police spending are most likely to name medical, mental health and social services (40%) as the top priority for those reappropriated funds. Smaller shares say K-12 schools (25%), roads, water systems and other infrastructure (12%), and reducing taxes (13%) should be the top priority.

Voting and ‘buying Black’ viewed as important strategies for Black community advancement

Black Americans also have clear views on the types of political and civic engagement they believe will move Black communities forward. About six-in-ten Black adults say voting (63%) and supporting Black businesses or “buying Black” (58%) are extremely or very effective strategies for moving Black people toward equality in the U.S. Smaller though still significant shares say the same about volunteering with organizations dedicated to Black equality (48%), protesting (42%) and contacting elected officials (40%).

Black adults were also asked about the effectiveness of Black economic and political independence in moving them toward equality. About four-in-ten (39%) say Black ownership of all businesses in Black neighborhoods would be an extremely or very effective strategy for moving toward racial equality, while roughly three-in-ten (31%) say the same about establishing a national Black political party. And about a quarter of Black adults (27%) say having Black neighborhoods governed entirely by Black elected officials would be extremely or very effective in moving Black people toward equality.

Most Black Americans support repayment for slavery

Discussions about atonement for slavery predate the founding of the United States. As early as 1672 , Quaker abolitionists advocated for enslaved people to be paid for their labor once they were free. And in recent years, some U.S. cities and institutions have implemented reparations policies to do just that.

Most Black Americans say the legacy of slavery affects the position of Black people in the U.S. either a great deal (55%) or a fair amount (30%), according to the survey. And roughly three-quarters (77%) say descendants of people enslaved in the U.S. should be repaid in some way.

Black adults who say descendants of the enslaved should be repaid support doing so in different ways. About eight-in-ten say repayment in the forms of educational scholarships (80%), financial assistance for starting or improving a business (77%), and financial assistance for buying or remodeling a home (76%) would be extremely or very helpful. A slightly smaller share (69%) say cash payments would be extremely or very helpful forms of repayment for the descendants of enslaved people.

Where the responsibility for repayment lies is also clear for Black Americans. Among those who say the descendants of enslaved people should be repaid, 81% say the U.S. federal government should have all or most of the responsibility for repayment. About three-quarters (76%) say businesses and banks that profited from slavery should bear all or most of the responsibility for repayment. And roughly six-in-ten say the same about colleges and universities that benefited from slavery (63%) and descendants of families who engaged in the slave trade (60%).

Black Americans are skeptical change will happen

Bar chart showing little hope among Black adults that changes to address racial inequality are likely

Even though Black Americans’ visions for social change are clear, very few expect them to be implemented. Overall, 44% of Black adults say equality for Black people in the U.S. is a little or not at all likely. A little over a third (38%) say it is somewhat likely and only 13% say it is extremely or very likely.

They also do not think specific institutions will change. Two-thirds of Black adults say changes to the prison system (67%) and the courts and judicial process (65%) that would ensure fair treatment for Black people are a little or not at all likely in their lifetime. About six-in-ten (58%) say the same about policing. Only about one-in-ten say changes to policing (13%), the courts and judicial process (12%), and the prison system (11%) are extremely or very likely.

This pessimism is not only about the criminal justice system. The majority of Black adults say the political (63%), economic (62%) and health care (51%) systems are also unlikely to change in their lifetime.

Black Americans’ vision for social change includes reparations. However, much like their pessimism about institutional change, very few think they will see reparations in their lifetime. Among Black adults who say the descendants of people enslaved in the U.S. should be repaid, 82% say reparations for slavery are unlikely to occur in their lifetime. About one-in-ten (11%) say repayment is somewhat likely, while only 7% say repayment is extremely or very likely to happen in their lifetime.

Black Democrats, Republicans differ on assessments of inequality and visions for social change

Bar chart showing Black adults differ by party in their views on racial discrimination and changes to policing

Party affiliation is one key point of difference among Black Americans in their assessments of racial inequality and their visions for social change. Black Republicans and Republican leaners are more likely than Black Democrats and Democratic leaners to focus on the acts of individuals. For example, when summarizing the nature of racism against Black people in the U.S., the majority of Black Republicans (59%) say racist acts committed by individual people is a bigger problem for Black people than racism in our laws. Black Democrats (41%) are less likely to hold this view.

Black Republicans (45%) are also more likely than Black Democrats (21%) to say that Black people who cannot get ahead in the U.S. are mostly responsible for their own condition. And while similar shares of Black Republicans (79%) and Democrats (80%) say they experience racial discrimination on a regular basis, Republicans (64%) are more likely than Democrats (36%) to say that most Black people who want to get ahead can make it if they are willing to work hard.

On the other hand, Black Democrats are more likely than Black Republicans to focus on the impact that racial inequality has on Black Americans. Seven-in-ten Black Democrats (73%) say racial discrimination is the main reason many Black people cannot get ahead in the U.S, while about four-in-ten Black Republicans (44%) say the same. And Black Democrats are more likely than Black Republicans to say racism (67% vs. 46%) and police brutality (65% vs. 44%) are extremely big problems for Black people today.

Black Democrats are also more critical of U.S. institutions than Black Republicans are. For example, Black Democrats are more likely than Black Republicans to say the prison system (57% vs. 35%), policing (52% vs. 29%) and the courts and judicial process (50% vs. 35%) should be completely rebuilt for Black people to be treated fairly.

While the share of Black Democrats who want to see large-scale changes to the criminal justice system exceeds that of Black Republicans, they share similar views on police funding. Four-in-ten each of Black Democrats and Black Republicans say funding for police departments in their communities should remain the same, while around a third of each partisan coalition (36% and 37%, respectively) says funding should increase. Only about one-in-four Black Democrats (24%) and one-in-five Black Republicans (21%) say funding for police departments in their communities should decrease.

Among the survey’s other findings:

Black adults differ by age in their views on political strategies. Black adults ages 65 and older (77%) are most likely to say voting is an extremely or very effective strategy for moving Black people toward equality. They are significantly more likely than Black adults ages 18 to 29 (48%) and 30 to 49 (60%) to say this. Black adults 65 and older (48%) are also more likely than those ages 30 to 49 (38%) and 50 to 64 (42%) to say protesting is an extremely or very effective strategy. Roughly four-in-ten Black adults ages 18 to 29 say this (44%).

Gender plays a role in how Black adults view policing. Though majorities of Black women (65%) and men (56%) say police brutality is an extremely big problem for Black people living in the U.S. today, Black women are more likely than Black men to hold this view. When it comes to criminal justice, Black women (56%) and men (51%) are about equally likely to share the view that the prison system should be completely rebuilt to ensure fair treatment of Black people. However, Black women (52%) are slightly more likely than Black men (45%) to say this about policing. On the matter of police funding, Black women (39%) are slightly more likely than Black men (31%) to say police funding in their communities should be increased. On the other hand, Black men are more likely than Black women to prefer that funding stay the same (44% vs. 36%). Smaller shares of both Black men (23%) and women (22%) would like to see police funding decreased.

Income impacts Black adults’ views on reparations. Roughly eight-in-ten Black adults with lower (78%), middle (77%) and upper incomes (79%) say the descendants of people enslaved in the U.S. should receive reparations. Among those who support reparations, Black adults with upper and middle incomes (both 84%) are more likely than those with lower incomes (75%) to say educational scholarships would be an extremely or very helpful form of repayment. However, of those who support reparations, Black adults with lower (72%) and middle incomes (68%) are more likely than those with higher incomes (57%) to say cash payments would be an extremely or very helpful form of repayment for slavery.

  • Black adults in the September 2020 survey only include those who say their race is Black alone and are non-Hispanic. The same is true only for the questions of improvements to Black people’s lives and equality in the United States in the October 2021 survey. Throughout the rest of this report, Black adults include those who say their race is Black alone and non-Hispanic; those who say their race is Black and at least one other race and non-Hispanic; or Black and Hispanic, unless otherwise noted. ↩

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5 Essays to Learn More About Equality

“Equality” is one of those words that seems simple, but is more complicated upon closer inspection. At its core, equality can be defined as “the state of being equal.” When societies value equality, their goals include racial, economic, and gender equality . Do we really know what equality looks like in practice? Does it mean equal opportunities, equal outcomes, or both? To learn more about this concept, here are five essays focusing on equality:

“The Equality Effect” (2017) – Danny Dorling

In this essay, professor Danny Dorling lays out why equality is so beneficial to the world. What is equality? It’s living in a society where everyone gets the same freedoms, dignity, and rights. When equality is realized, a flood of benefits follows. Dorling describes the effect of equality as “magical.” Benefits include happier and healthier citizens, less crime, more productivity, and so on. Dorling believes the benefits of “economically equitable” living are so clear, change around the world is inevitable. Despite the obvious conclusion that equality creates a better world, progress has been slow. We’ve become numb to inequality. Raising awareness of equality’s benefits is essential.

Danny Dorling is the Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography at the University of Oxford. He has co-authored and authored a handful of books, including Slowdown: The End of the Great Acceleration—and Why It’s Good for the Planet, the Economy, and Our Lives . “The Equality Effect” is excerpted from this book. Dorling’s work focuses on issues like health, education, wealth, poverty, and employment.

“The Equality Conundrum” (2020) – Joshua Rothman

Originally published as “Same Difference” in the New Yorker’s print edition, this essay opens with a story. A couple plans on dividing their money equally among their children. However, they realize that to ensure equal success for their children, they might need to start with unequal amounts. This essay digs into the complexity of “equality.” While inequality is a major concern for people, most struggle to truly define it. Citing lectures, studies, philosophy, religion, and more, Rothman sheds light on the fact that equality is not a simple – or easy – concept.

Joshua Rothman has worked as a writer and editor of The New Yorker since 2012. He is the ideas editor of newyorker.com.

“Why Understanding Equity vs Equality in Schools Can Help You Create an Inclusive Classroom” (2019) – Waterford.org

Equality in education is critical to society. Students that receive excellent education are more likely to succeed than students who don’t. This essay focuses on the importance of equity, which means giving support to students dealing with issues like poverty, discrimination and economic injustice. What is the difference between equality and equity? What are some strategies that can address barriers? This essay is a great introduction to the equity issues teachers face and why equity is so important.

Waterford.org is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving equity and education in the United States. It believes that the educational experiences children receive are crucial for their future. Waterford.org was founded by Dr. Dustin Heuston.

“What does equality mean to me?” (2020) – Gabriela Vivacqua and Saddal Diab

While it seems simple, the concept of equality is complex. In this piece posted by WFP_Africa on the WFP’s Insight page, the authors ask women from South Sudan what equality means to them. Half of South Sudan’s population consists of women and girls. Unequal access to essentials like healthcare, education, and work opportunities hold them back. Complete with photographs, this short text gives readers a glimpse into interpretations of equality and what organizations like the World Food Programme are doing to tackle gender inequality.

As part of the UN, the World Food Programme is the world’s largest humanitarian organization focusing on hunger and food security . It provides food assistance to over 80 countries each year.

“Here’s How Gender Equality is Measured” (2020) – Catherine Caruso

Gender inequality is one of the most discussed areas of inequality. Sobering stats reveal that while progress has been made, the world is still far from realizing true gender equality. How is gender equality measured? This essay refers to the Global Gender Gap report ’s factors. This report is released each year by the World Economic Forum. The four factors are political empowerment, health and survival, economic participation and opportunity, and education. The author provides a brief explanation of each factor.

Catherine Caruso is the Editorial Intern at Global Citizen, a movement committed to ending extreme poverty by 2030. Previously, Caruso worked as a writer for Inquisitr. Her English degree is from Syracuse University. She writes stories on health, the environment, and citizenship.

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If you have to write an argumentative essay on racism you should consider writing about more recent developments in this field. For example, reverse discrimination based on race, when the members of a majority group are discriminated when they apply for a job or admission to a higher educational institution because the company or college in question have certain quotas for the members of previously discriminated groups. As a result, the representatives of these minority groups can get a job or an admission even if they are less suitable for it or have lower test scores. Thus, minority groups get special treatment – exactly what the struggle against racism was supposed to eliminate.

Don’t forget than an argumentative essay is supposed to be based not only on your opinion and logical conclusions, but facts as well. It is the main difference of this kind of work from, for example, expository essays – argumentative essays involve far greater amount of research work and come as a result of it.

This means that before starting to write you have to organize your thoughts, prepare additional information, study a number of sources, and find enough proof for your point of view. Don’t start writing immediately hoping to cover doubtful aspects of your discourse later – you may discover that the necessary sources of information happen to be unavailable or some facts may actually turn out to be opposing your argumentation, not supporting it. In this case, you may be forced to start anew or rewrite large fragments of your work, which is never a pleasant thing and even less so if your deadline is near.

In the end, your essay should have three things: logical argumentation, factual foundation and (it is very advisable) examples. Preferably personal ones – if you have ever encountered instances of racism of any kind, it may be very useful in your essay – for example, such things make for excellent introduction paragraphs.

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70 Argumentative Essay Topics About Gender Equality

Essay Topics About Gender Equality

Gender equality is an extremely debatable topic. Sooner or later, every group of friends, colleagues, or classmates will touch on this subject. Discussions never stop, and this topic is always relevant.

This is not surprising, as our society hasn’t reached 100% equality yet. Pay gaps, victimization, abortion laws, and other aspects remain painful for millions of women. You should always be ready to structure your thoughts and defend your point of view on this subject. Why not practice with our list of essay topics about gender equality?

Our cheap essay writing service authors prepared 70 original ideas for you. Besides, at the end of our article, you’ll find a list of inspirational sources for your essay.

Argumentative Essay Topics About Gender Equality

  • Does society or a person define gender?
  • Can culturally sanctioned gender roles hurt adolescents’ mental health?
  • Who or what defines the concepts of “masculinity” and “femininity” in modern society?
  • Should the rules of etiquette be changed because they’ve been created in the epoch of total patriarchy?
  • Why is gender equality higher in developed countries? Is equality the cause or the result of the development?
  • Are gender stereotypes based on the difference between men’s and women’s brains justified?
  • Would humanity be more developed today if gender stereotypes never exited?
  • Can a woman be a good politician? Why or why not?
  • What are the main arguments of antifeminists? Are they justified?
  • Would our society be better if more women were in power?

Analytical Gender Equality Topics

  • How do gender stereotypes in the sports industry influence the careers of athletes?
  • Social and psychological foundations of feminism in modern Iranian society: Describe women’s rights movements in Iran and changes in women’s rights.
  • Describe the place of women in today’s sports and how this situation looked a hundred years ago.
  • What changes have American women made in the social and economic sphere? Describe the creation of a legislative framework for women’s empowerment.
  • How can young people fix gender equality issues?
  • Why do marketing specialists keep taking advantage of gender stereotypes in advertising?
  • How does gender inequality hinder our society from progress?
  • What social problems does gender inequality cause?
  • How does gender inequality influence the self-image of male adolescents?
  • Why is the concept of feminism frequently interpreted negatively?

Argumentative Essay Topics About Gender Equality in Art and Literature

  • Theory of gender in literature: do male and female authors see the world differently? Pick one book and analyze it in the context of gender.
  • Compare and contrast how gender inequality is described in L. Tolstoy’s novel “Anna Karenina” and G. Flaubert’s novel “Madame Bovary.” Read and analyze the mentioned books, distinguish how gender inequality is described, and how the main characters manage this inequality.
  • The artificial gender equality and class inequality in the novel “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley.
  • Do modern romance novels for teenagers help to break gender stereotypes, or do they enforce them?
  • Gender equality changes through Disney animation films. Analyze the scenarios of Disney animation films from the very beginning. Describe how the overall mood in relation to female characters and their roles has changed.
  • Henrik Ibsen touched on the topic of gender inequality in his play “A Doll’s House.” Why was it shocking for a 19th century audience?
  • Concepts of gender inequality through examples of fairy tales. Analyze several fairy tales that contain female characters. What image do they have? Do these fairy tales misrepresent the nature of women? How do fairy tales spoil the world view of young girls?
  • Why do female heroes rarely appear in superhero movies?
  • Heroines of the movie “Hidden Figures” face both gender and racial inequalities. In your opinion, has the American society solved these issues entirely?
  • The problem of gender inequality in the novel “The Color Purple” by Alice Walker.

Gender Equality Essay Ideas: Workplace and Employment

  • Dress code in the workplace: Does it help to solve the problem of gender inequality, or is it a detriment?
  • What kind of jobs are traditionally associated with men and women? How have these associations changed in the last 50 years?
  • The pay gap between men and women: is it real?
  • How can HR managers overcome gender stereotypes while hiring a new specialist?
  • Analyze the concepts of “glass ceiling” and “glass elevator.” Do these phenomena still exist in our society?

Essay Topics About Gender Equality: Religion

  • Gender aspects of Christian virtue and purity in the Bible.
  • What does the equality of men and women look like from the perspective of Christianity? Can a woman be a pastor?
  • Orthodox Judaism: Women and the transformation of their roles in a religious institute. Describe the change in women’s roles in modern Judaism.
  • How can secularism help solve the problem of gender inequality in religious societies?
  • Is the problem of gender inequality more serious in religious societies?

Compare and Contrast Essay Topics About Gender Equality

  • Compare and contrast the problems men and women experience in managerial positions.
  • Compare and contrast what progress has been made on gender equality in the USA and Sweden.
  • Compare and contrast the social status of women in ancient Athens and Sparta.
  • Conduct a sociological analysis of gender asymmetry in various languages. Compare and contrast the ways of assigning gender in two different languages.
  • Compare and contrast the portrayal of female characters in 1960s Hollywood films and in modern cinematography (pick two movies). What has changed?

Gender Equality Topics: Definitions

  • Define the term “misandry.” What is the difference between feminism and misandry?
  • Define the term “feminology.” How do feminologists help to break down prejudice about the gender role of women?
  • Define the term “catcalling.” How is catcalling related to the issue of gender inequality?
  • Define the term “femvertising.” How does this advertising phenomenon contribute to the resolution of the gender inequality issue?
  • Define the term “misogyny.” What is the difference between “misogyny” and “sexism”?

Gender Equality Essay Ideas: History

  • The roles of the mother and father through history.
  • Define the most influential event in the history of the feminist movement.
  • What ancient societies preached matriarchy?
  • How did World War II change the attitude toward women in society?
  • Woman and society in the philosophy of feminism of the second wave. Think on works of Simone de Beauvoir and Betty Friedan and define what ideas provoked the second wave.

Essay Topics About Gender Equality in Education

  • How do gender stereotypes influence the choice of major among high school students?
  • Discuss the problems of female education in the interpretation of Mary Wollstonecraft. Reflect on the thoughts of Mary Wollstonecraft on gender equality and why women should be treated equally to men.
  • Self-determination of women in professions: Modern contradictions. Describe the character of a woman’s self-determination as a professional in today’s society.
  • Should gender and racial equality be taught in elementary school?
  • Will sex education at schools contribute to the development of gender equality?

Gender Equality Topics: Sex and Childbirth

  • Sexual violence in conflict situations: The problem of victimization of women.
  • The portrayal of menstruation and childbirth in media: Now versus twenty years ago.
  • How will the resolution of the gender inequality issue decrease the rate of sexual abuse toward women?
  • The attitude toward menstruation in different societies and how it influences the issue of gender equality.
  • How does the advertising of sexual character aggravate the problem of gender inequality?
  • Should advertising that uses sexual allusion be regulated by the government?
  • How has the appearance of various affordable birth control methods contributed to the establishment of gender equality in modern society?
  • Do men have the right to give up their parental duties if women refuse to have an abortion?
  • Can the child be raised without the influence of gender stereotypes in modern society?
  • Did the sexual revolution in the 1960s help the feminist movement?

How do you like our gender equality topics? We’ve tried to make them special for you. When you pick one of these topics, you should start your research. We recommend you to check the books we’ve listed below.

Non-Fiction Books and Articles on Gender Equality Topics

  • Beecher, C. “The Peculiar Responsibilities of American Women.”
  • Connell, R. (2011). “Confronting Equality: Gender, Knowledge and Global Change.”
  • Doris H. Gray. (2013). “Beyond Feminism and Islamism: Gender and Equality in North Africa.”
  • Inglehart Ronald, Norris Pippa. (2003). “Rising Tide: Gender Equality and Cultural Change Around the World.”
  • Mary Ann Danowitz Sagaria. (2007). “Women, Universities, and Change: Gender Equality in the European Union and the United States (Issues in Higher Education).”
  • Merrill, R. (1997). “Good News for Women: A Biblical Picture of Gender Equality.”
  • Mir-Hosseini, Z. (2013). “Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law: Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Process.”
  • Raymond F. Gregory. (2003). “Women and Workplace Discrimination: Overcoming Barriers to Gender Equality.”
  • Rubery, J., & Koukiadaki, A. (2016). “Closing the Gender Pay Gap: A Review of the Issues, Policy Mechanisms and International Evidence.”
  • Sharma, A. (2016). “Managing Diversity and Equality in the Workplace.”
  • Sika, N. (2011). “The Millennium Development Goals: Prospects for Gender Equality in the Arab World.”
  • Stamarski, C. S., & Son Hing, L. S. (2015). “Gender Inequalities in the Workplace: The Effects of Organizational Structures, Processes, Practices, and Decision Makers’ Sexism.”
  • Verniers, C., & Vala, J. (2018). “Justifying Gender Discrimination in the Workplace: The Mediating Role of Motherhood Myths.”
  • Williams, C. L., & Dellinger, K. (2010). “Gender and Sexuality in the Workplace.”

Literary Works for Your Gender Equality Essay Ideas

  • “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen
  • “A Room of One’s Own” by Virginia Woolf
  • “Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy
  • “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley
  • “ The Awakening” by Kate Chopin
  • “The Color Purple” by Alice Walker
  • “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood
  • “The Help” by Kathryn Stockett
  • “The Scarlet Letter” by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • “The Second Sex” by Simone de Beauvoir

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Thurgood Marshall: a Champion for Justice and Equality

This essay about Thurgood Marshall explores his life, career, and impact on American civil rights and justice. It highlights his early experiences with racial discrimination, his legal education under Charles Hamilton Houston, and his significant achievements as the chief counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. Marshall’s most notable accomplishment was the landmark case of Brown v. Board of Education, which helped dismantle school segregation. The essay also covers his historic appointment as the first African American Supreme Court Justice and his advocacy for justice and equality during his tenure. Marshall’s legacy is shown as a testament to his perseverance, intellect, and commitment to civil rights and social justice.

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Thurgood Marshall emerges as a resonant figure in the annals of American history, particularly concerning civil liberties and the apex court. Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, born on July 2, 1908, Marshall’s odyssey from a lad confronting racial bias to assuming the mantle of the premier African American Supreme Court Justice stands as a narrative of unparalleled distinction. His trajectory epitomized an unyielding commitment to equity and impartiality, a legacy that endures, shaping the legal and societal landscape of the United States.

Marshall’s formative years were steeped in direct encounters with racial segregation and bias.

These encounters galvanized his resolve to champion justice. After being rebuffed by the University of Maryland Law School due to his racial background, he sought solace in Howard University Law School. Here, he found a guiding light in Charles Hamilton Houston, an astute legal mind and fervent champion of civil liberties. Houston’s mentorship proved pivotal, equipping Marshall with the strategic acumen to contest and dismantle institutionalized racism within the legal framework.

One of Marshall’s seminal contributions materialized during his tenure as the principal counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. Here, he masterminded a series of legal confrontations against racial segregation, culminating in the landmark Brown v. Board of Education case in 1954. Arguing before the Supreme Court, Marshall presented a compelling case, asserting the inherent inequality of segregated schools, thus contravening the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. The Supreme Court’s unanimous decision to annul the “separate but equal” doctrine heralded a watershed moment, catalyzing the civil rights movement and the integration of public schools nationwide.

However, the triumph in Brown v. Board of Education merely constituted one pinnacle in Marshall’s illustrious career. Over the years, he contested and emerged victorious in 29 out of 32 cases before the Supreme Court, spanning a diverse array of issues from suffrage to criminal justice reform. His legal acumen and unflagging dedication markedly propelled the cause of racial parity and laid the groundwork for future strides in civil liberties.

In 1967, Thurgood Marshall clinched a historic milestone when President Lyndon B. Johnson nominated him to the Supreme Court, etching his name as the premier African American to grace the apex court. During his 24-year tenure, Marshall garnered renown for his unwavering advocacy for justice and equity. He consistently championed the safeguarding of individual rights, particularly for marginalized segments of society. His judicial pronouncements and dissents resonated with a deep-seated concern for civil liberties, economic fairness, and the rights of the accused.

Marshall’s influence transcended his legal triumphs. He staunchly advocated for the notion of a living Constitution, evolving to meet the exigencies of a changing society. He espoused the belief that the law should serve as a conduit for good, advocating fairness and equity for all citizens. This ethos permeated his judicial rulings and public pronouncements, where he underscored the paramountcy of social justice and the judiciary’s role in upholding democratic values.

Despite encountering myriad challenges and opposition throughout his career, Marshall remained steadfast in his pursuit of justice. He recognized that the struggle for civil liberties transcended mere legal victories, encompassing a broader endeavor to reshape societal attitudes. His legacy echoes in the strides made towards racial parity and ongoing endeavors to combat systemic injustice in America. Marshall’s life and career stand as a testament to the potency of perseverance, intellect, and moral fortitude. He exemplified how the law could serve as a potent instrument for societal transformation when wielded with purpose and integrity. His contributions to American jurisprudence and civil liberties bequeath an indelible legacy, inspiring future generations of legal luminaries, adjudicators, and activists to perpetuate the quest for justice and equity.

Marshall’s narrative epitomizes not only legal triumphs but also profound personal valor. He confronted formidable personal and professional risks in his crusade against racial inequity. Yet, his unwavering dedication to justice and equity remained unassailable. This unwavering commitment to righteousness, irrespective of personal sacrifice, underscores Marshall’s eminence as an influential figure. Reflecting on Marshall’s legacy, it becomes apparent that his impact transcended the courtroom. He stood as a visionary leader cognizant of the broader ramifications of legal battles and the imperative of sustained, strategic endeavors to effect substantive progress. His saga serves as a poignant reminder that the pursuit of justice demands not only legal acumen but also courage, resolve, and an abiding commitment to the principles of equality and human dignity.

Marshall’s imprint reverberates in the wider cultural shift towards heightened acknowledgment of civil liberties. His legal victories served as a clarion call, galvanizing public sentiment and emboldening fellow civil liberties advocates. His endeavors laid the groundwork for the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, with his influence reverberating in contemporary social justice movements. His modus operandi in civil liberties litigation also established pivotal legal precedents, informing legal practice and safeguarding individual rights.

Throughout his vocation, Marshall evinced a profound comprehension of the law’s potential to precipitate societal transformation. He harnessed his legal acumen not merely to secure victories in court but to propel a broader agenda of equity and justice. His strategic approach to civil liberties litigation entailed meticulously selecting cases poised to exert maximal impact and leveraging them to challenge and dismantle institutionalized racism.

In his twilight years on the Supreme Court, Marshall persisted in championing the rights of the marginalized and underscoring the indispensability of a vigilant and proactive judiciary. Frequently finding himself in the minority on court rulings, his dissents resonated with eloquence and power, articulating a vision of a more just and equitable society. His judicial ethos underscored the imperative of the law to shield the most vulnerable members of society and ensure equitable access to justice for all.

Marshall’s life and career furnish a wellspring of inspiration for all those committed to the cause of justice and equity. His legacy serves as a poignant reminder of the transformative potential inherent in the actions of a single individual in shaping the trajectory of history and espousing the ideals of justice and equality for all. Through his indefatigable endeavors, Marshall demonstrated that the struggle for civil liberties constitutes a protracted and arduous journey, yet one imbued with profound significance, warranting unyielding dedication and determination.

In summation, Thurgood Marshall’s essence finds its quintessence in his lifelong dedication to justice, his epochal legal triumphs, and his historic incumbency as the premier African American Supreme Court Justice. His endeavors laid the groundwork for momentous strides in civil liberties and serve as a lodestar for those striving towards a more equitable and just society. Through his enduring legacy, Marshall epitomizes the profound impact wielded by a solitary individual in shaping the trajectory of history and advancing the principles of justice and equality for all. His life stands as a testament to the potency of perseverance, intellect, and moral rectitude in the perennial struggle for civil liberties and social justice.

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Zvenigorod's most famous sight is the Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery, which was founded in 1398 by the monk Savva from the Troitse-Sergieva Lavra, at the invitation and with the support of Prince Yury Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod. Savva was later canonised as St Sabbas (Savva) of Storozhev. The monastery late flourished under the reign of Tsar Alexis, who chose the monastery as his family church and often went on pilgrimage there and made lots of donations to it. Most of the monastery’s buildings date from this time. The monastery is heavily fortified with thick walls and six towers, the most impressive of which is the Krasny Tower which also serves as the eastern entrance. The monastery was closed in 1918 and only reopened in 1995. In 1998 Patriarch Alexius II took part in a service to return the relics of St Sabbas to the monastery. Today the monastery has the status of a stauropegic monastery, which is second in status to a lavra. In addition to being a working monastery, it also holds the Zvenigorod Historical, Architectural and Art Museum.

Belfry and Neighbouring Churches

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Located near the main entrance is the monastery's belfry which is perhaps the calling card of the monastery due to its uniqueness. It was built in the 1650s and the St Sergius of Radonezh’s Church was opened on the middle tier in the mid-17th century, although it was originally dedicated to the Trinity. The belfry's 35-tonne Great Bladgovestny Bell fell in 1941 and was only restored and returned in 2003. Attached to the belfry is a large refectory and the Transfiguration Church, both of which were built on the orders of Tsar Alexis in the 1650s.  

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To the left of the belfry is another, smaller, refectory which is attached to the Trinity Gate-Church, which was also constructed in the 1650s on the orders of Tsar Alexis who made it his own family church. The church is elaborately decorated with colourful trims and underneath the archway is a beautiful 19th century fresco.

Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is the oldest building in the monastery and among the oldest buildings in the Moscow Region. It was built between 1404 and 1405 during the lifetime of St Sabbas and using the funds of Prince Yury of Zvenigorod. The white-stone cathedral is a standard four-pillar design with a single golden dome. After the death of St Sabbas he was interred in the cathedral and a new altar dedicated to him was added.

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Under the reign of Tsar Alexis the cathedral was decorated with frescoes by Stepan Ryazanets, some of which remain today. Tsar Alexis also presented the cathedral with a five-tier iconostasis, the top row of icons have been preserved.

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The Nativity of Virgin Mary Cathedral is located between the Tsaritsa's Chambers of the left and the Palace of Tsar Alexis on the right. The Tsaritsa's Chambers were built in the mid-17th century for the wife of Tsar Alexey - Tsaritsa Maria Ilinichna Miloskavskaya. The design of the building is influenced by the ancient Russian architectural style. Is prettier than the Tsar's chambers opposite, being red in colour with elaborately decorated window frames and entrance.

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At present the Tsaritsa's Chambers houses the Zvenigorod Historical, Architectural and Art Museum. Among its displays is an accurate recreation of the interior of a noble lady's chambers including furniture, decorations and a decorated tiled oven, and an exhibition on the history of Zvenigorod and the monastery.

Palace of Tsar Alexis

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The Palace of Tsar Alexis was built in the 1650s and is now one of the best surviving examples of non-religious architecture of that era. It was built especially for Tsar Alexis who often visited the monastery on religious pilgrimages. Its most striking feature is its pretty row of nine chimney spouts which resemble towers.

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Location approximately 2km west of the city centre
Website Monastery - http://savvastor.ru Museum - http://zvenmuseum.ru/

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The Unique Burial of a Child of Early Scythian Time at the Cemetery of Saryg-Bulun (Tuva)

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In 1988, the Tuvan Archaeological Expedition (led by M. E. Kilunovskaya and V. A. Semenov) discovered a unique burial of the early Iron Age at Saryg-Bulun in Central Tuva. There are two burial mounds of the Aldy-Bel culture dated by 7th century BC. Within the barrows, which adjoined one another, forming a figure-of-eight, there were discovered 7 burials, from which a representative collection of artifacts was recovered. Burial 5 was the most unique, it was found in a coffin made of a larch trunk, with a tightly closed lid. Due to the preservative properties of larch and lack of air access, the coffin contained a well-preserved mummy of a child with an accompanying set of grave goods. The interred individual retained the skin on his face and had a leather headdress painted with red pigment and a coat, sewn from jerboa fur. The coat was belted with a leather belt with bronze ornaments and buckles. Besides that, a leather quiver with arrows with the shafts decorated with painted ornaments, fully preserved battle pick and a bow were buried in the coffin. Unexpectedly, the full-genomic analysis, showed that the individual was female. This fact opens a new aspect in the study of the social history of the Scythian society and perhaps brings us back to the myth of the Amazons, discussed by Herodotus. Of course, this discovery is unique in its preservation for the Scythian culture of Tuva and requires careful study and conservation.

Keywords: Tuva, Early Iron Age, early Scythian period, Aldy-Bel culture, barrow, burial in the coffin, mummy, full genome sequencing, aDNA

Information about authors: Marina Kilunovskaya (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Vladimir Semenov (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Varvara Busova  (Moscow, Russian Federation).  (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences.  Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Kharis Mustafin  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Technical Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Irina Alborova  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Biological Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Alina Matzvai  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected]

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    38.4406° or 38° 26' 26" east. Population. 158,000. Elevation. 166 metres (545 feet) Open Location Code. 9G7WQCRR+56. Open­Street­Map ID. node 156167469. Open­Street­Map Feature. place=­city. Geo­Names ID. 563523. Wiki­data ID. Q198419. Thanks for contributing to our open data sources.

  21. Elektrostal

    Elektrostal. Elektrostal ( Russian: Электроста́ль) is a city in Moscow Oblast, Russia. It is 58 kilometers (36 mi) east of Moscow. As of 2010, 155,196 people lived there.

  22. Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery and Museum

    Zvenigorod's most famous sight is the Savvino-Storozhevsky Monastery, which was founded in 1398 by the monk Savva from the Troitse-Sergieva Lavra, at the invitation and with the support of Prince Yury Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod. Savva was later canonised as St Sabbas (Savva) of Storozhev. The monastery late flourished under the reign of Tsar ...

  23. The Unique Burial of a Child of Early Scythian Time at the Cemetery of

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