discrimination--Psych of Learning

discrimination--Psych of Learning - The Toll of...

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The Toll of Discrimination Discrimination occurs everywhere all the time, but would you think that it would occur while deciding life or death? It does. In many studies, it has been documented that inmates whom are African-American are more likely to be sent to death row. It has also been tested that it is also about how black the person is; for instance, features such as dark skin and broad noses. America’s past with race discrimination definitely does not bode well for African-Americans and although we have come a long way from that day and age, it is still dealt with all of the time. The discrimination towards the whole race typically develops somewhere in particular with one person. That does not mean that every single African-American behaves in the stereotypic way. And although these black men are in prison for some sort of crime, there are plenty of white men there for the same reasons and still the black men are more likely to get a harsher punishment. Discrimination of this sort cannot directly happen to me, but just think if the roles
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