Monroe Dispatch - No Struggle, No Progress

Black Americans Equal Rights Still Aren't Equal

 


Disregard for civil rights and police abuse continue to undermine the social fabric in black communities, despite hard-won formal legal equality.

Changing from the times have, in fact, been gradual. There’s nothing to indicate, and certainly no defining moment, when racism ceased to be a problem for Blacks and other minorities in America. Coming as far as the nation has in a relatively short amount of time is impressive, given the way racism is embedded in American culture, politics, and education.

Actually, Jim Crow never should have happened. The Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth...



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