White Privilege- a way of conceptualizing racial inequalities that focuses as much on the advantages that white people accrue from society as on the disadvantages that people of color experience
Racial profiling- the use of an individual’s race or ethnicity by law enforcement personnel as a key factor in deciding whether to engage in enforcement
Racism- a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one’s own race is superior and has the right to rule others
Reverse discrimination- the unfair treatment of members of majority groups resulting from preferential policies, as in college admissions, or employment, intended to remedy earlier discrimination against minorities.
How do racial groups interact in contemporary America? Are interactions positive, negative, or neutral? Support your response using proper citations. There actually is a mixture of positive, negative, and neutral interactions between racial groups. Racial groups interact one way or another on a day to day basis. Racial groups interact at work, school, while shopping, and other normal day to day activities. There are some groups who gravitate towards each other without considering that the people they gravitate towards are of a different race. If you are like me, I am one of those people who enjoys being around people who are different from me. The negative interactions take place when a group of people from one race judges another race for one reason or another.
Are there existing social inequities based on race? Why or why not? Social inequality is described as societies where specific groups do not have equal social status based on ethnicity, race, and other characteristics. Since this question relates to race I will try to stay on the topic. There are existing social inequities based on race. Ethnicity relates to factors that include...
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