Stop Racial Profiling

Stop Racial Profiling

There are numerous cases of racial profiling in this current era. However, not every person is explicit about the meaning of this very delicate term. Racial Profiling is the evidence of a person’s race when profiling any suspected criminal. In many States, there are many cases where people are grouped according to their country origins […]

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Racism in Louisiana is still a problem.

Although historians argue that there are no hard facts linking slavery to racism, empirical data indicate that racist sentiments are strongest in the belt that runs through Louisiana and Arkansas. It is clear that slave trade was successfully abolished more than 150 years ago. However, it draws curiosity as to why racism is still rampant […]

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Denying Racism is the New Racism

Have you ever wondered why it’s difficult for most white people in the United States to affirm that racism exists? Well, it’s because the white community is seldom on the receiving end of racist activities and as such, they never get to experience it first hand. One of the important lessons taught to us by […]

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Church Leaders Must Confront the Racism in the Church and Unite the Body of Christ

Let’s confront the racism in the church. Church leaders have a moral and spiritual obligation to end racism in the church. Racist behavior and discriminatory tendencies have no place among a group of people raised up by the Holy Spirit to proclaim God’s goodness to the four corners of the earth. It is both alarming […]

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White rage: the unspoken truth of our racial divide

White rage: the unspoken truth of our racial divide indicates every time african americans try to make advances towards complete contribution in democracy. The end of the civil war and renovation was greeted with the black codes. The according to civil right proceed of 1964 and voting civil rights act of 1965 triggered a coded […]

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White people often disguise their racism

If we observe and focus on various incidents which had taken place during the dark days of slavery and even after that time period, it has been proven, on several occasions that many white people have racial issues which makes them want to stand apart instead of mixing around with black people. Apparently although the […]

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Racism in the workplace

Racism or racial discrimination at the workplace can be observed when the company’s behavior is altered based on race or ethnicity. It is thus experienced or witnessed by employees in different forms such as harassment, indirect and direct discrimination or victimization. Research indicates that racism is tremendously increasing with almost a third of employees experiencing […]

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How, in these times, can Social Justice ever prevail?

How, in these times, can Social Justice ever prevail? While it is becoming increasingly difficult to navigate the sense of faith in the current social justice upheaval, faith is the only common denominator that liberates us from the current social injustice that we are seeing, daily, on our television screens and sometimes in our very […]

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Modern Day Jim Crow

Although the controversial Jim Crow laws were eliminated in 1965, yet still, after half a century, black people in America are far from achieving true social equality. Some even go as far as to say that the Jim Crow legacy still haunts the American society and black lives are heading back to slavery. Are the […]

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