Racial Reconciliation

Anti-racism

 

Anti-racism

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Martin Luther King, Jr.

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You Can 't Win A Race (For President Obama)

World famous runners will tell you the first rule of track: Which is you can’t win a race if you’re looking back. You can‘t win a race if you are not focused and disciplined, You can’t get to Heaven which is the ultimate goal in life if you continue to sin. You can’t win a race if you don’t sweep around your own front door, You can’t win a race if you are always finger pointing and taking score.

Racism Statistics

  • African Americans constituted 53.5 percent of all persons who entered prison because of a drug conviction (Human Rights Watch, Targeting Blacks, based on National Corrections Reporting Program data).
  • Blacks were 10.1 times more likely than whites to enter prison for drug offenses (ibid.).
  • Of 7,722 hate-crime incidents reported to the FBI in 2006, 2,640 were anti-black (FBI Uniform Crime Report).
  • Of 25- to 29-year-olds, 92.9 percent of whites completed high school, compared to 86.9 percent of blacks, and only 61.8 percent of Hispanics.

Redlining

Redlining

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10 Things You Can Do to End Online Segregation

Ending online segregation is about using online tools to leverage your social network and friends in order to advocate for social justice. Every person could help bring thousands of dollars of resources to at-risk communities with just a little effort toward ending online segregation. The following are some important ways you can help end online segregation:

 

John Perkins Biography

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Geert Hofstede™ Cultural Dimensions

 
PDI
  Power Distance Index
 
IDV
  Individualism
 
MAS
 
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