Racism and Poverty
The exceptional advancement and development that we have attained within the contemporaneous parameters of the societies within which we survive and interact is something that is reflected within virtually all existing platform. It is quite apparent that the Legal, political, sociological and cultural frameworks as we presently know them, for instance, have all advanced and developed in accordance to the current day and age. This, moreover, is something that has primarily been due to the technologically oriented evolution that the global society has been undergoing at an uncharacteristically rapid rate for about two decades now. In spite this however; the global socio-community continues to be plagued by such sociological woes as economic inconsistence and instability, typically as a result of the contemporaneously wide scale prevalence of poverty and terrorism.
In America, for instance, racial issues are one of today’s most profound issues; a statement that rings true in spite of the fact that modern society generally views race and civil rights as a movement of the past. And this moreover, is something that is accentuated upon even more strongly when considering it in light of the bodies of literature produced by such renowned African American figures as Langston Hughes, Frederick Douglas and Ralph Ellison. It would, moreover, be noteworthy to here consider that while racism was one of the primarily sociological woes that inhibited the works of the respectively mentioned author’s, it wasn’t the exclusive one. The integration of poverty ridden overtones within their work was one of the prime underlying themes that magnified the momentously inhumane quality of racism.
Globalization, cultural diversity & the subsequent framework for racism & poverty
It is, however, essential for one to acknowledge the relevance and exceptionality of globalization before completely appreciating the role of racism within the job...