Here’s a survey that puts a percentage on America’s progress toward eradicating systemic racism. You’re highly encouraged to participate and leave a comment.
A day created in 1966 following a police mass killing at a peaceful demonstration during apartheid, March 21st is “International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.”
This may also interest you: What are the “four levels of racism?” [this is a PDF file.]
Not the right colored egg, so let me put one in it. Though we believe police brutality is a symptom of what afflicts America, we, on the other hand, know the disease is systemic racism. Your participation in this quick survey is highly appreciated. The survey surmises your opinion on the percentage America has eradicated systemic racism.
My take on things. This is something that we have to take aggressive actions to so we may address policies, and structures that are in place. Along with practices that contribute to the generational wealth gap.