Racism is a good example of this. One side believes that their own race is better than another person’s or sees other races as inferior. Another side believes that all races should be treated equal because skin tone should not determine how people treat one another. Some do not even acknowledge that racism is a problem at all. All these conflicting views make it hard to come to a solution on how to fix the problem.
Black Americans are more than twice as likely as white Americans to be unarmed when they are shot and killed by police officers, according to a study published in the Journal of Criminology and Public Policy. In addition, the study finds that racial bias is a contributing factor (Schumaker). How does racial bias influence police brutality? Defined, “Police brutality is the use of excessive physical or verbal assault during police procedures, such as apprehending or interrogating a suspect. Deadly force is not always excessive force.
Harry Stein, a contributing editor to city Journal defined microaggression as "It is to exaggerate the meaning of such encounters in the interest of perpetually seeing oneself as a victim." The victim exaggerates the situation the person asking or giving a compliment becomes the victim because of the disciplinary actions having to face. People should not be punished for not knowing the hidden message of their action, and the limit knowledge of their victim 's background. They are known as ignorant people while people who know the hidden message of their action but still commit to doing because they are curious and want to learn. Racial microaggression is invisible, people tend to make it visible through exaggeration.
Their livelihood, educational chances and every aspect of their lives are impacted through racism, ostracized, bias, prejudice. Such detrimental traits erode society as a whole. This may affect many generations, become complicated and an entrenched social issue, that is ingrained in the population 's psyche, and form parallel societies at odds with each other such as in the USA these days. “Some offensive remarks may, on the surface, appear harmless. But seemingly innocuous offences snowball into more pernicious forms.
It has been proven that the police is more likely to accuse a hispanic or black person for a wrongdoing than a white person. Many people say that racial profiling plays an important role in police investigations. However, others feel that racial profiling is wrong because it makes people feel alienated from their own community. Racial Profiling should not be used because it discriminates people and it is racist. To begin, Hispanics and Black people are treated unfairly based on nationality, race and stereotypes.
Also, technology and managerial efforts’ failures are conceivable and it can be crucial in certain circumstances. Similarly, judges’ plan for placing yard signs is somewhat raise negative signal in the criminals, who wants to overcome his guilt. As a result, he would isolate himself from the society, and which in turn will produce negative outcomes. Then again, for the public safety, it is necessary to ratify different security mechanism despite the presence of moral and legitimate issues. So, it would be healthy to trace and map criminal’s residence to avoid potential threats of
Moreover, the officer’s lack of judgment of when to react in certain scenarios often poses a risk to those who have not experienced such brutality. In some cases, the innocent ones end up conforming due to their vulnerability towards police authority. Because police aggression leads to negative publicity, public anarchy, and gang violence, police should only use force when in danger of being harmed. The mistreatment of black people would before long gain its awareness and publicity through broadcasts and other popular new articles, such as the New York Times. In the film, Crips and Bloods: Made in America, by Stacy Peralta, analyzes the social conditions of young African Americans associated with gang violence in South Los Angeles as well as its influence towards the LAPD.
23, P.295) In this quote, Atticus saying that there's just something about race that makes white people crazy. He also acknowledges, in case it wasn't already clear, that law is not pure realm free of the racial prejudices that plague everyday in life, it's subject to the same problems as society at large. Usually Atticus is a voice of hope for change the idea of racism, but here he flatly says that racism is a "fact of life," suggesting that losing Tom's case severely reduced his hopefulness concerning human nature, or else that, having sat through the
Therefore, this is the direct result of the negative mentality and the unwillingness to acknowledge that he was not liable guilty, the corrupt justice system would not be resolved. It is apparent that although the reader may think that the human nature would want righteousness or and kindness, it goes to show how people allow themselves to be manipulated and lose their self control so
Nevertheless, terrorism may not be primarily due to globalization in the case of domestic terrorism. Domestic terrorism hopes to achieve a goal within a country itself. As such, they do not need to rely on globalization to gain members to fight for their cause, because the people they need support from, are bounded by a collective experience of social injustice among their own society. This form of terrorism is mainly due to poor governance. When there is poor governance, ethnic supremacy tends to arise, which leads to the majority ethnic group being antagonistic towards the minority.