In my last article, initiated by the recent immigrant ban, I touched upon data supporting the prevalence of institutional discrimination in the United States. Make sure you read Part 1 here. This is Part 2.
Data supports the notion that institutional prejudice is widespread and affecting the overall quality of life for minorities across the country, primarily through startup capital acquisition and employment. The darker we are, the harder it is to live a quality life; however, this goes directly against the American Dream ideals the Founding Fathers' rooted in our Constitution. All men ...
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