2280Ch6 - Monica Gupta Shay Bankston SOWK 2280 Due 16 Mar 2015 There is much to say on the topic of race in Chapter 6 which outlines the consequences of

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Monica Gupta Shay Bankston SOWK 2280 Due 16 Mar 2015 There is much to say on the topic of race in Chapter 6, which outlines the consequences of discrimination. To political parties, to neighborhoods, to the widespan of cultural differences, African American is the race that has many stereotypes, as a result of it being the most well-known minority. Social workers are very much needed for their knowledge on the matter of race. They are needed to solve misunderstood situations and conclude cases of which an issue on race could be involved. Socioeconomics. Although they are the most well-known minority, African Americans are 13% of the population, the second largest to Hispanics. Closely linked to mental health; significantly more common determined and studied on the black population and whether their mental health was satisfied based on their status around poverty line. 1.5 mil African Americans came to the northern half United States between 1940 and 1970 by choice.

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