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2 Racism In a society that consists of individuals from various backgrounds and has dissimilar ideas, perspectives, and opinions on occurrences and situations, which contrast to what other people believe, it forms a conflict of interest, leading to social issues. Because of developments, modernization, together with evolution, in the modern world gradually, social problems are quickly rising in society. A majority of the social issues are problems linked to the individuals' moral values in society. Whether it affects them indirectly or directly, on the condition that it is not ethically upright, it brings about social problems. One of the leading problems, which have been inciting social issues globally for a long period and that ought to be eradicated by any means possible to safeguard a cohesive and peaceful society is racism. The paper will provide an overview of racism and how it has affected minority groups in America. Additionally, it will review the practice knowledge, planned change process, and level(s) dimensions of social work and offer interventions to curb racism. Overview Race and racism turn out to be a social problem when groups are positioned into majority and minority groups. The people in the majority groups get and have a higher position of power economically, in society, in government, as well as in politics (Love, 2017). The two groups regularly operate grounded on the distribution of rights, authority, and power. The groups repeatedly benefit themselves by upholding their social class and caste system and the suffering of minorities and marginalized groups, economic gain, and socio-economic labor. This is a problem for the reason that it causes a conflict of power and a struggle for resources and equality socioeconomically, resulting in disadvantages. The majority's power is founded upon inherited status, weapons,
3 military tactics, survival skills, technologies, trade and economics, property/land ownership and control, governed granted and political authority, and wealth acquired from moving up the social class pyramid. Such aspects let the majority obtain power and control. Furthermore, the powers are regularly not equivalently dispersed or provided to the minority groups, thus making it is a social problem and is repeatedly utilized to oppress, limit knowledge and opportunities, judge and form prejudice, or segregate minorities geographically, educationally, or even economically, and extend the history of habituated and practiced racism and racial apprehensions. The minority groups are composed of social status in social institutions age, social class, ethnicity/race, and gender is a part of the social composition; nevertheless, majority groups create racial stratification (Tourse et al., 2019). Notably, racial stratification puts a hierarchy on minority groups grounded on ethnicity and race, making the majority determine the privileges and rights the groups receive, their quality of life, or even socio-economic standing. Even though

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