Abolition Movement

The abolitionist movement primary goal was the immediate end of slavery and also policy change to stop mild racial discrimination and segregation of the black people. A major difference between the abolitionists and the moderate antislavery advocates is the nature of the problems faced. The abolitionists main challenge or issue was slavery or enslavement based on black skin color. On the other hand, the moderate antislavery advocates worked to effect policy change after the emancipation of ...

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Interracial Marriage

The central research question to be addressed in this research paper is; what factors affect the differential rates of Asian-White and Black-White Intermarriage in the United States? American society is becoming more radically and ethnically diverse and interracial marriage has increased. However, two ethnic groups show interesting marriage patterns. Studies show that having a higher education is associated with marrying interracially. Individuals who are attaining a higher education are ...

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Invisible Knapsacks of the Diverse US Population

The US society is extremely diverse, and this system of co-existing races, cultures, religions, ethnicities and genders has been formulated for centuries. Regardless the fact that such diversity allowed the country to strive for an advanced global development pace and, finally, its achievement, to a great extent, is flawed from within because of the inequity between its citizens. Undoubtedly, without the cooperation between people from various backgrounds, America could not be as strong and powerful ...

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Alternative Representations of Asian Americans

The USA is a multinational country, which can be characterized as incorporating citizens of various race and ethnicity. It is evident that the citizens of the country, who migrated into it, bring certain aspects of their home countries transforming the representation of their community. Moreover, some of such citizens adapt and become symbols of media culture representing their race and leading to certain positive or negative associations. Currently, one of the races, which had a significant impact on ...

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