This presentation stems from this growing insistence that Spanish speaking people should learn English in "intense" programs because the English language is the "language of advancement" and "the way to prosperity" are disingenuous at best, and at worse, lies touted in English.
U.S. English teachers are averaging at around $50,000 and $50,000 per year - with some states paying as little as in the $20,000.
If instructors in this "language of wealth" aren't living the good life, then surely Spanish speaking people are benefited if they learn in bilingual programs that strongly affirm the language of their unique and beautiful culture.*
But, this gallery panel points to various examples of xenophobia, an uncontrollable fear of foreigners (which is defined as a component of the horrors of White supremacy), and also some of the other social phobias that appear to be destroying the world.
Note, this site does not subscribe to the inaccurate use of the term 'phobia' to be blanketed across the whole body of prejudice.
Not all bigots should be characterized as innately fearful, as some feign fear out of a harsh hatred that can perpetrated absent a shred of fear.
A fear or contempt of that which is foreign or unknown, especially of strangers or foreign people.
An unreasonable fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers or of that which is foreign or "strange."
A pathological fear or hatred of foreigners.
Irrational fear of, aversion to, or discrimination against same sex love and homosexuality.
"The fear of feelings of love for members of one's own sex, and therefore the hatred of those feelings in others." - Audre Lorde
"dread or hatred of Islam and therefore, to the fear and dislike of all Muslims"
Irrational fear or prejudice against Muslims and the religion of Islam.
On the Margins: Discrimination Against Haitian Migrants and Their Descendants in the Dominican Republic
Xenophobia and Racism Affect Black School Children in Ireland
"About 98 percent of schools are run by the Roman Catholic Church, and the law permits them to discriminate on the basis of whether a prospective student has a certificate confirming they were baptized into the faith.
Some of the African applicants were Muslim, members of evangelical Protestant denominations or of no religious creed."
"Islamophobia has now become a recognised form of racism. Furthermore, as with the inaccuracy of such terms as â€˜anti-Semitismâ€™, to describe the anti-Jewish hostility that developed in the late nineteenth century, â€˜Islamophobiaâ€™ bears many similar hallmarks."
"What struck me as I listened to this overfed heffa is that she was blissfully, and typically, ignorant of the grinding poverty that describes Black life in the townships that still sprawl over our post-apartheid reality."
"In the Russian Federation and Ukraine, where relatively few people of African origin reside, the rate of violence was extraordinary: African refugees, students, visitors, and the handful of citizens and permanent residents of African origin lived under constant threat of violence."
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