Ethnic Groups And Discrimination

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Ethnic Groups And Discrimination ETHNIC GROUPS AND DISCRIMINATION The group that I choose was African American. They faced prejudice, segregation and Racism. It was hard for African Americans to do just about anything. They did not have Many opinions when it came down to their decisions. Dual labor market and redlining in The early stages of African Americans emancipation not many African Americans had Education or access to equality higher education. Even when they were forced into lower Labor markets if they had the proper education they would start in lower positions than Their white counterparts. It affected African Americans for a long time in American History. Eve today early stages if dual labor market practices African Americans were Not given any meaningful jobs with structure or benefits. Today, even though there has Been somewhat significant increase in African American economical health, they still Have a long way to go and more roads blocks than their white counterparts. Environmental People of color who needed to address the inequity of started Justice Issues Environmental services in their communities. This struggle impose danger to the Lives of Their families, their communities and themselves. In 1964, Civil Right Act Struck down The South’s segregation laws, outlawed employment
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discrimination and Forbid Discrimination in Federal programs. For the black Americans living in the South The Voting rights law finally secured the right to the ballot and President Johnson Initiated a Sweeping new government policy called Affirmative Action. Its purpose was To overcome at least some of the accumulated human damage caused by 350 years of Slavery and Jim Crow to ensure further progress toward equality.
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