Racists are people who believe that innate, inherited characteristics biologically determine human behavior.
The doctrine of racism asserts that blood determines national-ethnic identity. Within a racist framework, the value of a human being is not determined by his or her individuality, but instead by membership in a so-called "racial collective nation."
Racism, including racial antisemitism (prejudice against or hatred of Jews based on false biological theories), was always an integral part of German National Socialism (Nazism).
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. (2020, May 1). Nazi Racism: An Overview. https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/nazi-racism-an-overview
American Cartoon Responding to Racism and the Refugee Crisis
Cartoon depicting the United States' response to the refugee crisis in Europe, as well as the racism and discrimination African Americans faced at home. The Pittsburgh Courier, April 16, 1938. Page 10.
Domestic concerns in the United States, including unemployment and national security, combined with prevalent antisemitism and racism, shaped America's immigration policies, responses to Nazism, and willingness to aid European Jews. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
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