Following structured social inequality in the United States, institutions have consistently denied the minority groups through discrimination in education, employment, health care and medicine, and politics. Some ways that this has been done is the use of Jim Crow Laws. These laws created inequality in the educational institution by conducting the black schools and whited schools separately; whites used different textbooks than blacks and they could not be interchanged, and promoting equality for the races was considered a misdemeanor offense resulting in fines or prison. Because of these institutions, we see that there is an American Ethnic Hierarchy. This is divided into a three tier system: first ... ... middle of paper ... ...black women have to work multiple part time low wage jobs to survive and provide for her family.
And according to the World Bank, trade enabled the developing countries to grow at a rate of 4.3 percent per year during the 1990s, twice the rate of the developed world. As stated by Kanbur, “there is no question that there is now broad agreement that education and health outcomes are on par with income in assessing poverty and the consequences of economic policy” (2011). Globalization is a vital process toward transferring knowledge and education to the world as people from different regions, cultures, and knowledge bases interact with each other. As poin... ... middle of paper ... ...ng of aides, and more and more people are living in poverty. Works Cited Bhagwati, Jagdish.
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Black businesses which were run by the uneducated were not supported because they were not adequate to run a business. In conclusion, evidence from the book The Mis-Education of the Negro shows how African Americans were not only the inferior race, but accepted the role. Evidence from the neglect of Negro history in schools, the danger of assimilating, and the racial division in the Negro race has shown why African Americans have justly taken the inferior role. Education plays a huge part in gaining success in America. Therefore, education was essential to the African American’s success.
Some people view America as a country with a weak educational system, Michael Moore is one of these people. In his article “Idiot Nation,” he believes American school systems are being run poorly causing our student’s intellect to be sluggish. Moore believes that this is being caused by political leaders and most people in society that “have decided it’s a bigger priority to build another bomber than to educate our children.” (Moore 131) These people would rather worry about situations with war than providing a decent education to the students. Because of these decisions, school systems don’t supply the most efficient education for students in our nation. This then leads to the students not learning all that they should in school.
This perspective shows that the person of color is the blame for why white people can not get into college because diversity is needed. However, a person of color does not get into college or good grades because of their color, but because of their determination and persistence to do well in school. Reverse racism is not true because there is no institutional power within it. White supremacy is evident because of the way society portrays a White person in comparison to a Black person. An example is the Eric Garner case.
What is going to be the future of the expelled kids or those who bore the brunt of racial discrimination at a very young age. Of course, it does not promote equality or happiness and as such is immoral also. On the other hand what it does is to open the... ... middle of paper ... ... such practices and especially in case of very young kids. We need to act in a direction which produces social good and discrimination never goes hand in hand with social welfare. Especially, it is even bad since blacks have already faced too much of racial discrimination in our society.
During his research he unearthed various flaws in the Negro educational systems. His experience caused him to criticize the educational system. His novel, The Mis-Education of the Negro is documentation and the reflection of the Negro educational system failure to educate the Negro race. Throughout the novel, he advocates that the education system lacks African history, influence self hatred, and causes low economic status. The theme is the educational system is a repeating cycle of mis-education.