Interracialism - government provisions intended to help...

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Interracialism- the process of forming a racially integrated political community that works toward a common goal Glass Ceilings- unspoken obstacles advancement designed to handicap members of dominated groups; become thicker the further one climbs up corporate hierarchy. Homosocial Reproduction- authorities tend to fill positions of power with people like themselves Welfare-
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Unformatted text preview: government provisions intended to help disadvantaged people, including those who were poor, elderly, war veterans, unemployed, and disabled. • In-Kind Welfare- allocate resources for specific needs, such as food, medical care, or housing; includes food stamps, Medicaid, and housing subsidies • Cash Programs- help provide recipients with regular income...
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