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Genocide Genocide is the deliberate and systematic destruction, in whole or in part, of an ethnic, racial, religious, or national group. This means that trying to harm or destroy a people based on their backgrounds or beliefs. Classification Cultures are always viewed as ‘us’ and ‘them’. Areas without a mixture of different groups are more likely to have genocide. To prevent or fix this issue, it is necessary to find common ground, such as a national language or similar beliefs. Symbolization Giving names, items that must be wore, or tattoos that distinguish them to be their religion or background by visually looking at them. Dehumanization When a group of people considers another group of people to be anything less than human, or comparing them to animals. Hate propaganda is printed and hate radio stations slander the particular group of people. Organization Genocide is always organized, either by the government, terrorists or another group. They train militias and start plans for the genocide procedure. Polarization Government or militias drive the group of people apart, forbidding marriage and killing young children. Laws put into effect forbidding visas to leave the country to escape. Identification Victims are forced into ghettos, concentration camps, or areas with extreme famine and/or drought. Death lists are drawn up, at this point a Genocide Alert must be called. Extermination Mass killing, called extermination to the killers because they do not believe their victims are humans. When sponsored by the state, armies work with militias to perform killings. Denial Killers dig up graves. Burn bodies and evidence of there ever being a genocide. Deny anyone was killed or blame it on the victims themselves.