Racial Profiling And Injustice: The Aftermath Of Hurricane Katrina

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In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, there had been, and still are, many outcries of acts of injustice. Some argue that the majority of the urban black population hasve been unfairly treated. Some others hand out a harsher verdict that racial profiling and discriminations were the true motives of the mishandling the Katrina crisis situation. To make it worse, the media portrayed the victims of the disaster as perpetrators’ of imagined violence during the height of Hurricane Katrina. In any case, it is impossible to argue that the government as well as the public did treat the economically disadvantaged victims of Hurricane Katrina in a fair and timely manner. There is no excuse. This paper will analyze the theories of moral entrepreneurship
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