34 say he has tried but failed to make progress. An An additional 42 of blacks believe that the country will eventually make the changes needed for blacks to have equal rights with whites, and just 8 say the country has already made the necessary changes. These numbers are troubling not because living among poor people is somehow harmful in itself, but because concentrated high-poverty communities are far more likely to be cut off from quality schools, housing, health care, affordable consumer credit, and other pathways out of poverty. Retrieved Monahan, Michael. Psychological Perspectives on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Experiences. For example, 64 of black adults say blacks are treated less fairly than whites in the workplace, compared with 22 of whites who say the same a 42-percentage-point gap. Somewhat smaller shares though still upwards of four-in-ten see unfair treatment for blacks in stores and restaurants (49) and when voting in elections (43).
Many Americans of goodwill who want to reduce poverty believe that race is no longer relevant to understanding the problem, or to fashioning solutions for. But colleges should also retain the flexibility to consider racial and socioeconomic background as two factors among many, in order to promote a diverse student body (as well as diverse workers and leaders once these students graduate). About one-in-five (21) say it wont be too effective or wont be effective at all in the long run. Among whites, a plurality (47) say blacks are worse off financially, while 37 say blacks are about as well off as whites and 5 say blacks are doing better than whites.
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13 Some attributes of privilege are ordinarily fairly visible, such as race and gender, and others, such as citizenship status and birth order, are not. 28 and 38, respectively). For example: "I can be sure that if I need legal or medical help, my race will not work against me and "I do not have to educate my children to be aware of systemic racism for their own daily physical protection". Just 11 of whites the Effects of Media: A Brainwashed Society and 17 of Hispanics share this view. 2 According to researchers, privileged individuals resist acknowledging their privileges because doing so would require them to acknowledge that whatever success they have achieved did not result solely through their own efforts.