Racial Discrimination in Employment and the Workplace

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Essay #: 072229
Total text length is 8,481 characters (approximately 5.8 pages).

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The beginning:
Racial Discrimination in Employment and the Workplace
The following paper looks at racial discrimination in employment and in the workplace. The paper will draw upon
Makeda
Silvera’s
“Julie,” “
Savitri
,” and “hyacinth,” and will also draw upon Frances Henry’s, “the impact of racism upon employment” and Carl E. James’ work, “African-
Caribbeans
working harder to attain their immigrant dreams.” The paper shall present three quotations – but no more than three quotations – in advancing its case. From the start, Julie and
Savitri
are exploited by their Canadian employers: they are underpaid; they are overworked; they are forced to do menial tasks. At the same time – especially in the case of Julie – job opportunities for which she is...
The end:
..... be a Caribbean immigrant is to deal with job insecurity, low pay, sexual harassment (in some instances), and other forms of abuse; Immigration Canada, while eager to push out of the country those that do not “fit,” seems far less eager to assist the current-day immigrant find a meaningful place for himself or herself in the Canadian labour market. The entire situation is an ugly one.
Works Cited
Henry, Frances. “The impact of racism upon employment.” Pp.102-119 (additional information not provided).
James, Carl. “African-Caribbean Canadians working harder to attain their immigrant dreams.”
Wadabegei
, 12.1(date not provided): 92-105.
Silvera
,
Makeda
. “
Juli
,
Savitri
, and Hyacinth.” Pp.22-32; 45-61 (additional information not provided).