What stood out to me from this week reading is Intersectionality & Inequality. Intersectionality & Inequality is noteworthy for the reasons racism dormant for quite some time in America. However, it appears as if it’s in full blast, with all the police brutality and the killing in the country. I have not noted any progress in the situation. The court(s) system extenuating the violent by the policies. Moreover, individuals are killed purely due to their sexuality. Life is complicated in America.
2. The current social issue impacts a particular cultural minority group. How does this week’s content enhance your understanding of this social issue and the experience of members of a particular cultural minority group?
Although I would like to think racism, no longer exist in …show more content…
How does this experience impact your development as a culturally grounded social worker? The discrimination against Blacks in America still well and alive. But then again, people blame Blacks for what is happening in their communities, even though the system set them up for failure. One thing people have to remember is that Blacks were the slave in America and didn’t migrate to America enthusiastically. I hear many people in the Media, stating Blacks kill each other’s; black on black crime as if this is a great motive for the police to murder them. How about other minority crimes within their own communities? Native Americans, Latinos, Mexicans and all other race are brutalized by the police as well, but I have not witnessed the killing on the Media. Except if the case is extreme. I am not saying Whites are not being killed by the police, but the Media tend to broadcast stories that are dividing the country. I believe our society need solemn education about other cultures in order to work as one people or to live in harmony as a human race. The country needs