An example would be how back in the slavery days blacks worked on the fields

An example would be how back in the slavery days

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advance in society. An example would be how back in the slavery days, blacks worked on the fields, and whites were shown as a richer figure. In the article Local solutions to inequality: steps toward fostering a progressive social movement, the only way we will be able to see a solution is if we all participate and build our economy (Bailey, C.,2013). To accomplish this, it's necessary as a society we tend to use local resources and cause a stronger local economy. To hold out this proposal we tend to come back to an agreement that a haul exists and begin a social group. Through the fast unfold of ideas everywhere, it should cause individuals to require action and stick up for his or her beliefs (Bailey, C.,2013). Individuals who want change must not lay back and simply await a movement they should try to set the groundwork for a movement to be potential. An example of this is happening around the globe today. To see a change you need to be the change! 3
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SOCIAL INEQUALITY WORKSHEET References Bailey, C. (2013). Local solutions to inequality: steps toward fostering a progressive social movement. Rural Sociology, (4), 411. - org.lopes.idm.oclc.org/10.1111/ruso.12032 Fred L. Pincus. (2000). Discrimination comes in many forms: individual, institutional and structural. Retrieved from 4
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