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Unchained Justice


“Everybody can be great … because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love.” ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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I aim to determine the causes and effects resulting from discriminatory behavior over a timeline of an average African American. I will be shedding light on how people of color face social, economic, racial and educational disparities and how they are entrenched in US institutions. Instances of inequality range from the obvious to less overtly discriminatory policies and belief systems, from school to police.

– Dr. James A. Douglas

Origins of Social Injustice

over 100 years

Historical Examples of the former include poll taxes that effectively disenfranchised African American voters; the marginalization of African American soldiers; black innovators, exploitation of black women’s bodies, the Jim Crow era; the government-mandated segregation of American cities; and segregation in schools.

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Genocide is Intolerable

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It’s all about you! Genocide is excruciating. Inherent racism is brutal. Dehumanization is immoral. Conspiracies, fuel to genocidal acts.

White Supremacism


Condemn white supremacy, condemn injustice. Cops violence is drab. Biasness: fan the flames of prejudices disparities. Black lives matter.

Discrimination in Schools

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Injustice anywhere, violent threat to justice everywhere. The pain of equitable justice is better than the pain of discriminate behavior.

The Effects of Discrimination on

Academic, Psychological, and Social Well-Being

among African American Students

Disparity is a chronic stressor. Why discrimination impacts health? Go beyond racism. Discrimination is unlawful. Awareness reduces discrimination….

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