Race as a Factor for Discrimination
Discrimination can be said as being specific actions or policies directed against the welfare of minority groups. Eliminating discrimination, especially those discriminated by race, requires a
great deal of time and effort from both the law and society. Some programs have been created to level off race disparity. Affirmative action programs are one of these such techniques. Through affirmative action, the law and society try to decrease disparity by assigning certain advantages to groups that have been subject to discriminatory actions.
- Race as a Factor for Discrimination
- The Conflicts of the Black Race: Delayed Economic and Educational Progress
- The Effects of Race on Sentencing in Capital Punishment Cases
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