Another explanation of the violence that occurs in South Africa is blamed on the ANC government’s service delivery bad record, what Apartheid didn’t damage, the ANC did. South African xenophobia has also been explained by the level of social and economic inequality in the country. It has been noted that the greatest punishments of xenophobic violence have been carried out in borders of formal society, where foreign nationals compete with the poorest South Africans to make themselves a basic living. And then lastly, South Africa’s immigration policies are also blamed for exasperating the problem. There are millions of foreigners in South Africa, with majority being black foreigners and they have come to be seen as a serious threat to the impending economic health of the country.
W.E.B. DuBois says, “ For the American that represents and gloats in lynching, disenfranchisement...in the hateful upturning and mixing of things, we were forced by vindictive fate to fight also… the country of ours, despite all its better souls, have done and dreams are yet a shameful land” (Doc. D). Lynching and violence were common for the black and they had to follow the jim crow law, especially in the south. Most African American worked as domestic laborers because most of the white people thought they don 't need education and a waste of time.
This awful event is controversial to this day when discussing who 's to blame for this crime. We have the servicemen who physically and mentally hurt those who wore zoot suits, and they are seen as the doers of this crime. On the other hand, others blame the media for spreading this news without making the Zoot Suiters seem innocent. The media took advantage of this opportunity to bash the Mexican American community in Los Angeles. The 1930s wasn
Violence can completely change people’s lives During 1965 the caste people were viewed only as thieves and worthless people. Similarly immigrants were treated the same way and often were violated against their skin color and ethical background. It was very unusual for a caste person and immigrants to be accepted into the society. Craig Silvey shows this in the novel Jasper Jones a lot of families were broken down due to violence and their prejudice coming from their within the family or outside. In life discrimination and prejudice in the society can lead to violence, and violence can change a person and a family forever.
Not to mention the harsh heat and pesticides that drip off the plants causing cancer, birth defects and other illnesses. Now while both jobs share many similar characteristics, they are also different from each other as well. Back in the 1930s people were discriminated by class, the rich dominated the poorer workers as the rich just push the poor aside and treat them like garbage. The immigrants for modern farms were discriminated by race, racism still exist as many people are skeptical of the blacks. People will often complain about the rate of immigrants coming into the United States, claiming about the number of jobs declining and and crime rising.
The family structure has been ruined therefore this have been the cause of detainment isolation inside the African American race. Drugs and crime have poorly affected the African American people which caused them to be put in jail for drug offenses normally where they get to be noticeably dangerous to the point of slaughtering another. These African American men 's circumstance is not scrutinized for accomplishment but instead disappointment with life in jail until death. The criminal equity framework is building more remedial offices and prisons to house them as opposed to defensive measures like reclamation, work planning ventures to help them change in accordance with society. African American folks have been profiled more than any race in all encroachment from movement references to capital murder cases and solution charges where they are getting more open door for split than powdered cocaine.
Fellow American citizens already copiously penalize felons in everyday life; they look down on them in society, restrict them from large amounts of jobs, and allow their past blunders to haunt them. Therefore, felons’ debt to society has not only been paid for by their prison sentence, but it has also been paid for by their tedious lifestyle. This leads to enfranchisement advocates pondering why The United States continues to punish felons and restrict them from the highest esteem of American culture, especially when they may have ended up with their doomed fate through a vacuous mistake. To further support their point that disenfranchisement fosters an overly severe punishment for felons, supporters of felon voting rights point out the fact that, “in 13 states a felony conviction can result in disenfranchisement, generally for life, even after an offender has completed his or her sentence” (Mauer 3). Champions of felon voting rights disagree with the continual reprimanding of felons after their sentence, as it exceeds their obligations to
Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle is an American novel classic. This book provides a lens into the life of 20th century immigrants working in poor conditions throughout industrialization. Sinclair set out to expose the harsh conditions that these poor immigrants had to live in. By doing so, he wanted to show that not only was the meatpacking industry vile, but also wanted to show that capitalism doesn’t work. Sinclair thought that communism benefits everyone.
When one finds them self in a perpetual cycle of poverty it becomes more obvious to turn to crime. Many criminals, as seen in the character Jurgis--from Upton Sinclair's novel The Jungle, attempt to get back at conditions that wronged them. Others commit criminal acts for survival--whether that be stealing food for their family, or selling drugs to secure basic necessities. The correlation between crime and poverty is indeed prevalent, and therefore, is the leading cause of each other. As an illustration, poverty causes one situation--stress.
He echoes the voice of victims worldwide who are forced to work and live in dehumanizing conditions. Xenophobia today is the most widespread mass ideology in the world. But where does this hatred against our own kin come from? India, which is known for its cultural diversity, racial tolerance, secular and democratic nature, feeds on Xenophobia. The unabating Hindu-Muslim division, Indian caste-system which is a potential cause of naxalism in India, attacks against Bihari and Uttar Pradeshi migrants in Maharashtra, renaming cities (Bangalore to Bengaluru, Mysore to Mysuru), states (West Bengal to Paschim Bangla,