Month: December 2020

Brutality against Black Lives Must be Stopped

Brutality against black lives

The homicide of George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks, Breona Taylor, Eric Garner, and many other Black people provoke the people of African descent to condemn the prejudiced racism in the United States and other parts of the globe. This matter of concern has also reawakened calls for scholars, activists, and policymakers to sort effective ways to …

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Discrimination in Schools: Equality Matters

It is evident by the research that students of color are disparately treated and suspended as compared to White students. It is not the controversial differences, but interpreting disproportionalities is something bitter or, say, intolerable. The major contributing factors include discriminating punishing groups for making the same mistakes, disciplining differently in school, misperceptions that students …

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White Supremacy

“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion… People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love..” ~ Nelson Mandela White supremacists are responsible for the ideologically inspired extremists. In the preceding year, white …

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Genocide is Intolerable

“Dehumanization is a form of moral disengagement that allows people to abandon normal human sympathies toward oppressed minorities.” ~ Albert Bandura It’s been a part of the routine where it is common to hear unjust murder or violent killing daily. More specifically, people of color are at the forefront of life threats. An obsession with …

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