African Americans And Racial Equality

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Fewer than one in three black Americans and not even half of whites say the United States has made “ a lot of progress towards racial equality.”

Today 50 years after the passage of the voting Rights Act, roughly six in ten Americans (59%) say the country needs to continue making changes to achieve racial equality. “ Most whites believe minorities already have equal opportunity.” Orfield said but “the peak of equity in college happened back in the 1970s, there are very large gaps today.”

In 1960, black men were five times as likely as white men to being local, state or federal prison. Fifty years later, black men are six times as likely as white men to be in local state or federal prison. Fifty years later, black men are six times as likely as white men to be incarcerated and hispanic men three times as likely. The schools of black children have been steadily resegregating and have weaker graduation rates, less qualified teachers and weaker educational offerings.
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The black society was claiming that even at a store they were everybody 's enemy.

The black society is always being mistreated by their looks most of the time they can 't even get a job without being discriminated. The black society isn 't really funded on a education for their youths they have less qualified teachers.
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