Can we combat segregation?

We thought The Civil Rights Act of 1964 put an end to all segregation as we knew it but this is clearly not the case.  Persisting segregation is observable in our country to this day and can be recognized in our day to day lives.  Segregation is prevailing within the housing in our neighborhoods Especially in…

Segregation and the Effects on Families

Segregation has been a consistent theme in our nations history. Those that are “different” are considered to be lesser only because those individuals are not well represented by the public or media. I believe that the separations of communities by race, ethnicity, and/or wealth causes more harm to the people, especially those that are being…

Inclusion of Segregation is Exclusion of Equality

Persisting segregation has to do with the consistent separation of neighborhoods by color/ethnicity. Those who are colored, especially Black Americans, have throughout history been separated from White Americans in neighborhoods and other living conditions. It’s referred to as persisting segregation because it still persists even throughout all the policy changes that have been made and…

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