ECONOMIC RACIAL SOCIAL AND ECOMIC CLASSES Name Institution Tutor Course Date Introduction The mutual impact of culture social and society of individuals and the impact of an individual to the culture and society are the main focus when dealing with this case. Human behaviors and relationship are influenced by the economic social and political world. In this domain one will emphasize the development of theory empirical research of the contemporary world in the pursuit of knowledge. With racism gender differences and many more forming the basis of conflict and consensus in the modern American society. Culture power diversity Clark treating marchers so violently. Conclusion From the above it is clear that racism social and economic classes exist in our society. Barriers to black progress still exist and advocate for prospects of change. Black people say they are treated unfairly when dealing with police applying for a loan or mortgage and in different realms of life. References Tsosie Rebecca A. "The New Challenge to Native Identity: An Essay on'Indigeneity'and'Whiteness'." Washington University Journal of Law and Policy1(2005): 55. Ladson-Billings Gloria. "From the achievement gap to the education debt: Understanding achievement in US schools." Educational researcher 35.7 (2006): 3-12. [...]
H4 Power and Justice H4 Can analyze power relations among racial, social, cultural, or economic groups in the United States. ----I picked the fight between whites and blacks in the United states. Make sure to write a chunk of the paper on the March on Selma and how it affected this black/white conflict---- 1. Describes the unequal power relations between at least two racial, social, cultural, or economic groups in the U.S. 2. Discusses the historical, sociological, or economic dynamics under which these groups came to be in conflict. Students demonstrate this competence by analyzing the historical, sociological or economic dynamics that lead to inequalities in power among groups in the United States. To the extent possible, we hope that students will relate this to their experiences as well as their responsibilities as a citizen. In many ways this competence is about democracy in action; for example, how groups have negotiated and attained power and voice in a complex and diverse society. Since, however, inequalities persist in this country, it is important to understand the ways in which some groups have been systematically denied economic, social, and political justice.