Racial Discrimination

What exactly is Racial Discrimination?

Racial Discrimination is a discrimination of somebody's race which is illegal. Racial Discrimination occurs everywhere and is a conflict in the United states because it can lead to depression and suicidal thoughts. Racial Discrimination is judging someone poorly based on the color of their skin which is how they were born.

Statistics of Racial Discrimination

African Americans have the largest traffic contacts (34.5%), searches from contacts (41.3%),

and consensual searches (42.6%).


Southerners, the less educated, self-identified conservatives, and/or Republicans have around a 10%-15% higher statistical chance out of 100% of disapproving of interracial marriage. Every demographic has around 4/5 people agreeing with it in principle – or more.


African-American respondents (49 percent) are three times as likely as white respondents (16 percent) and Hispanic respondents (11 percent) to feel there is a lot of discrimination.

Facts about Racial Discrimination

Studies show that police are more likely to pull over and frisk Blacks and Latinos than Whites.


After being arrested, African Americans are 33% more likely than whites to be detained while facing a felony trial in New York.


In 2010, the U.S. sentencing commission reported that African Americans receive 10% longer sentences than Whites through the federal system for the same crime.


In 2012, 51% of Americans expressed anti-black sentiments in a poll which is a 3% increase from 2008.

Organizations for Racial Discrimination

1. http://imadr.org/

( IMADR is the International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism. It's an international nonprofit, non-governmental human rights organization devoted to eliminating discrimination and racism, forging international solidarity among discriminated minorities and advancing the international human rights system.)


2. http://eaford.org/about-eaford/

(international human rights organization, EAFORD’s philosophy and activities are grounded in the principle of equality in dignity and rights for people.)


3. http://crossroadsantiracism.org/

(Crossroads Anti-racism Organizing and Training provides organizing, training, and consulting to institutions striving to dismantle racism.)

Citations

"11 Facts About Racial Discrimination." 11 Facts About Racial Discrimination. N.p., n.d. Web. 01 June 2015.

"10 Charts Show How 'Racist' America Really Is." Independent Journal Review. N.p., 26 Apr. 2014. Web. 01 June 2015.

"National Poll Finds Discrimination Prevalent in the United States."Episcopal News Service. N.p., 12 Nov. 2013. Web. 01 June 2015.