BBC, “Racism: A History”

In a well-developed, thesis-driven essay of 2-pages (500 words) using the film, “Racism: A History” and our class discussions and lectures, respond to the following prompt:

Topic: As we have discussed thus far, the creation of races was an intentional project that resulted from the European Enlightenment and its philosophical and scientific communities. In the documentary, “Racism: A History,” we see how the construction of race, and more specifically, antiBlackness, still affects our world today.

Paper Requirements

Your essay should convince the reader that the claim you make (your thesis) is an arguable one, not simply a statement of fact.

Be sure to support your claim with quotes (textual evidence) from the text.
Papers must be 2-pages (500 words) and follow MLA format: typed, double-spaced, 12 pt., Times New Roman font with 1” margins and left-alignment.
This is the website for the film:

Sample Solution