Controlled Urban Revitalization: Only Way to Stop Gentrification

Controlled Urban Revitalization: Only Way to Stop Gentrification

Governmental policies to implement community development projects in the erstwhile torn neighborhoods have gained traction with the anti-displacement activists, who often raise their voices against racially motivated gentrification. But many human rights watchdogs are trying to stop gentrification in one way or another. How to stop gentrification? Gentrification can only be stopped by controlled urban … Read more

Infrastructure Racism: People of Color Getting BULLDOZED for Highway Construction

Infrastructure Racism: People of Color Getting BULLDOZED for Highway Construction

Racial bias in the education, economic, and social spheres of the United States is no longer hidden. However, one pervasive form of racism that often goes overlooked is the infrastructure racism that has dislocated hundreds of thousands of Black families across the United States. In previous administrations, interstate highways were deliberately passed through the regions … Read more

Bias in Mortgage Approval Against People of Color: Yet another ModernDay Disparity

Bias in Mortgage Approval Against People of Color: Yet another ModernDay Disparity

Algorithm bias is worsening in the United States these days as people of color remain the victim of falsely orchestrated coding. A recent investigation conducted by Markup that was released in collaboration with the Associated Press made some astonishing revelations regarding bias in a mortgage approval algorithm.  The investigation showed that people of color are … Read more

Minorites at the Frontline of Police Brutality: Not only in the US but worldwide

Minorites at the Frontline of Police Brutality: Not only in the US but worldwide

The police’s use of absolute force against minorities in the United States has raised questions about their bias against different cultures. The recent incident of shooting Daunte Wright straight away while allowing a white man to flee, despite him attacking the civilians, is a classic example in this regard. As Derek Chauvin is convicted of … Read more

Canceling Critical Race Theory: Only Way Republicans Can Legitimize their Illegal Ambitions 

Canceling Critical Race Theory: Only Way Republicans Can Legitimize their Illegal Ambitions 

Critical race theory, an academic concept describing the penetration of systematic racism in the social, economic, and political institutions of the United States, has been politicized heavily in the contemporary world. However, the term has gained significant traction lately amid Republicans’ attempts to change the interpretations of the phenomenon. This can be the initiation of … Read more

Prison Labor: An Emblem of Modern-day Slavery in the US

Prison Labor: An Emblem of Modern-day Slavery in the US

The United States’ prisons depict a sorrowful state of the unofficial slavery that is still prevalent in the country. The US prisons are the epicenter of human rights violations, on top of which are the unsanitary conditions, medical abuse, and pushing the prisoners to involuntary labor. As people of color outnumber whites in the American … Read more

Adultification Bias: When Black Kids are Exposed to Racial Superiority Efforts

Adultification Bias: When Black Kids are Exposed to Racial Superiority Efforts

Black adults are not the only ones impacted by the rigorous racism present in the United States. The racist practices are intermingled in a way that even Black children are prone to the damage that the racial supremacists can cause to them. One such phenomenon that is endangering Black children, especially girls, is the adultification … Read more

Racism on Steroids: African Americans Choking by Pervasive Discrimination

Racism on Steroids: African Americans Choking by Pervasive Discrimination

The changing dynamics of racism in the United States are affecting the Black community in new fashions. While racial trauma remains a severe issue for people of color, the physical health issues caused by racism in the US is also endangering the health regimes of the Black communities. Whether it is the erstwhile technique of … Read more

Racial Gentrification: All that Glitters is not Gold

Racial Gentrification: All that Glitters is not Gold

The unparallel patterns of racially gentrified discrimination in the United States are continuously growing even in the twenty-first century. While some of these discriminatory practices get popular attention, including police brutality and suppression of voter rights, others, like racial gentrification, often go overlooked.  Gentrification is a process of refining the neighborhood’s socio-economic situation, including higher … Read more

After George Floyd’s First Anniversary: Democrats are All Talk and No Walk

After George Floyd’s First Anniversary: Democrats are All Talk and No Walk

One year down the line from a cruel event of strangling George Floyd to death, the systematic reforms are yet to be made. May 25th, 2021 marks the George Floyd anniversary, but police reforms are still a pipe dream, as no significant effort has been made in this regard. Despite Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis … Read more

Racial Trauma: A Silent Chronic Disease

Racial Trauma: A Silent Chronic Disease

I feel sorry to see the widespread discrimination in America pushing the legacy of racial trauma in Black Americans forward. While I was at the JW Marriott Minneapolis Mall of America as a guest, a recent event triggered some racial prejudicial memories, which I usually encounter when I visit establishments that are supposed to be … Read more

Techno-Racism: People of Color Can’t Catch a Breath

Techno-Racism: People of Color Can't Catch a Breath

Some people of color are fighting legal battles to eradicate systematic racism embedded in the United States social structure. Others are facing new avenues in discrimination, predominantly racism in technology or techno-racism. Fighting technical algorithms will be even more severe as not everyone is well-equipped with the technical knowledge, and they may misdirect their energies. … Read more

HR 40 Legislation: Let’s Nip the Evil of Racism in the Bud

HR 40 Legislation: Let’s Nip the Evil of Racism in the Bud

HR 40, legislation aiming to address slavery and discrimination against African Americans, is hoping to pass Congress this time, after being rejected by the same for decades. Recently, legislation to create a commission that will study reparations for Black Americans has cleared the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representative, acquiring 25 votes in its … Read more

“America is not a Racist Country” If You Were Born With a Silver Spoon in Your Mouth Like Biden and Kamala

“America is not a Racist Country” If You Were Born With a Silver Spoon in Your Mouth Like Biden and Kamala

While rebutting President Joe Biden’s Congressional speech, the only black GOP Senator, Tim Scott from South Carolina, denounced racism in America, saying, “America is not a racist country,” but this myth remains far from true to date. Despite pointing out racist incidents against himself, the tone regarding the absence of racism in America was an … Read more

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