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Ethnic Groups and Discrimination: African Americans
Most African Americans are descendants from captive Africans held in America from 1619 to 1865. Throughout the years African American faced prejudice, segregation and racism. During the early part of those years and even today, African Americans still face prejudice due to the color of our skin, segregation because of the way we communicate with each other and racism because of our traits and capabilities. In my opinion, they are basically rolled all into one.
African Americans were affected by many forms of discrimination. Dual labor market to where they were forced to work in lower labor market areas Environmental justice issues forced us to take on unfair share of the costs and sacrifices that must be made in order to meet the government regulations. Redlining kept businesses from helping African American from being helped due to the area that they may have lived. Institutional discrimination was when we were given less information or aid in getting an education. Double...
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