Racial Injustices in America Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Racial Injustices in America Introduction Racism refers to antagonism or discrimination towards people from different racial backgrounds. Racial injustices are often experienced in political and social movements within a given societal setting. The emergence of racism came about as a result of the introduction of a notion where some racial groups believe that they are capable of operating in distinguished racial groups where the social capacity and behavior vary between the available racial groups. As much as racism appears to be a recent term it is worth noting that there is no proof that racism did not exist in the past. Things may survive for a long time before they are given terms. For instance a word t-shirt was not in use until the 20th century even though the clothing article existed before the 19th century. While humans possess different genetic highly discouraged. With such a move the American society will be able to promote an environment where all people are allowed to carry out their respective operations in a manner that is free and fair. Such moves are essentials as they are likely allow U.S. to experience tremendous growth in its various sectors. References BIBLIOGRAPHY Blackmon D. A. (2012). Slavery by another name: The re-enslavement of Black Americans from the Civil War to World War II. Duxford: : Icon Books. In Fasching-Varner K. J. (2014). Trayvon Martin race and American justice: Writing wrong. In Martin M. T. (2007). Redress for historical injustices in the United States: On reparations for slavery Jim Crow and their legacies. Smith M. (2016). John Coltrane: Jazz racism and resistance. . London: : Redwords. Weatherspoon F. (2014). African-American Males and the U.S. Justice System of Marginalization: A National Tragedy. New York: : Palgrave Macmillan US. [...]
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