Racial segregation


1) Consider your racial/ethnic group identity

My racial group is white, the majority group in the United States. Out of this group, I get many privileges whenever I go. For instance, I paid a visit to one country in Africa and everybody seemed to excuse me almost everywhere because I was a white girl, a privilege that made me rejoice internally. They could not allow me queue at any place, and all attention was on me at every point starting in the airport. Therefore, I am likely to get more privileges for being part of the biggest racial group like getting employment direct after college education because we are preferred in the job market more than the minority group. One disadvantage that struck me for being in this racial group was the stereotype given to me by the minority group. Having been discriminated racially at some place by a white person, they assumed that I was part of the discriminators and gave me a look suggesting that I was a devil to them. This is one of the most awful things I receive from people of color because of my race, and I hate it.

  1. Consider your gender group identity

I am a girl aged 22 years and I love being a woman. I get many privileges from being a woman due to the rising concerns of caring for the girl child worldwide.  For instance, I went for an interview seeking for a part time job with my friends, but the way I was asked questions was not the same tone they asked the boys. I was asked in a soft and kind tone while my male friends were asked in a rather harsh or let us say they expected much boldness from them. More surprisingly, I won the interview and secured the job while the boys did not make it. It is also obvious that a girl can harass a boy in public and no one will care but there is no single point a girl shall be harassed in public by a boy and people mute about it. Everyone will come to defend the girl even if she is the one on the wrong side, a great privilege indeed. Such privileges make me feel cared and noticed by people around me and it is just an amazing thing when people notice your presence whenever you go. However, there are also disadvantages of being a girl; one of them is the superiority of the boys, as they call it. It is still evident that men occupy most powerful jobs and most leadership positions worldwide than women. This fact hurts so much and makes me as a woman feel despised by men. It makes me feel undermined when I see that the United States has never been ruled by a woman since its formation, over 200 years ago.

Understanding unequal power relations between group

Studying law has greatly improved my knowledge on power relations in the society that can be seen by anyone. I have been able to know why there exists inequality in terms of power in the and why this is a worldwide issue. For instance, the issue where men are termed to be superior to women is something that has existed for ages although most people avoid talking about it publicly. This is evident in many states when it is seen that a few percentage, maybe less than five percent of women occupy the head of state power while the rest are men. This is clear because we can see that men head many countries in this world, an indication that men command superiority in the society than women. Studying this course has therefore helped me know why this issue of men being regarded as superior existing in the society and the efforts that have been made so far to offset this imbalance. Some countries have passed the bill of a third rule where it requires that at least women occupy 1/3 of the government posts. This is one of the biggest efforts that have been put into law and have made women emerge on top of leadership to show their capability that have so long been neglected in the society. The subject has proven to expand my knowledge that all gender have the capacity to lead everyone and not just men as it has been assumed for a very long time in the society.

Additionally, the subject has also helped me realize the issues that come with racial discrimination and racial segregation in our daily lives. By studying several law cases about racism and racial segregation, I discovered the gravity and intensity of racial discrimination in our daily lives in offices, schools, government and other places of power. Studying how people fought to get a racial equality, how some people shed blood for us to achieve the balance in terms of race was not an easy thing and it creates a positive impact in me. Therefore, seeing persons in the office denying another person a promotion because he comes from a minor race yet he has all the qualifications disturbs me so much. It is true that racism is still deeply rooted in our hearts and as much as we pretend to be living in a post racial era, there is much happening in the community that show racism still on the rise. Even president Obama said that he used to face racism while in politics and many white folks despised him at some point killing his morale in politics. It is not only blacks facing discrimination, but the Asians and the Latinos too do face racial discrimination in the United States.

2) Consider your racial/ethnic group identity

My racial group is white, the majority group in the United States. Out of this group, I get many privileges whenever I go. For instance, I paid a visit to one country in Africa and everybody seemed to excuse me almost everywhere because I was a white girl, a privilege that made me rejoice internally. They could not allow me queue at any place, and all attention was on me at every point starting in the airport. Therefore, I am likely to get more privileges for being part of the biggest racial group like getting employment direct after college education because we are preferred in the job market more than the minority group. One disadvantage that struck me for being in this racial group was the stereotype given to me by the minority group. Having been discriminated racially at some place by a white person, they assumed that I was part of the discriminators and gave me a look suggesting that I was a devil to them. This is one of the most awful things I receive from people of color because of my race, and I hate it.

  1. Consider your gender group identity

I am a girl aged 22 years and I love being a woman. I get many privileges from being a woman due to the rising concerns of caring for the girl child worldwide.  For instance, I went for an interview seeking for a part time job with my friends, but the way I was asked questions was not the same tone they asked the boys. I was asked in a soft and kind tone while my male friends were asked in a rather harsh or let us say they expected much boldness from them. More surprisingly, I won the interview and secured the job while the boys did not make it. It is also obvious that a girl can harass a boy in public and no one will care but there is no single point a girl shall be harassed in public by a boy and people mute about it. Everyone will come to defend the girl even if she is the one on the wrong side, a great privilege indeed. Such privileges make me feel cared and noticed by people around me and it is just an amazing thing when people notice your presence whenever you go. However, there are also disadvantages of being a girl; one of them is the superiority of the boys, as they call it. It is still evident that men occupy most powerful jobs and most leadership positions worldwide than women. This fact hurts so much and makes me as a woman feel despised by men. It makes me feel undermined when I see that the United States has never been ruled by a woman since its formation, over 200 years ago.

Understanding unequal power relations between group

Studying law has greatly improved my knowledge on power relations in the society that can be seen by anyone. I have been able to know why there exists inequality in terms of power in the and why this is a worldwide issue. For instance, the issue where men are termed to be superior to women is something that has existed for ages although most people avoid talking about it publicly. This is evident in many states when it is seen that a few percentage, maybe less than five percent of women occupy the head of state power while the rest are men. This is clear because we can see that men head many countries in this world, an indication that men command superiority in the society than women. Studying this course has therefore helped me know why this issue of men being regarded as superior existing in the society and the efforts that have been made so far to offset this imbalance. Some countries have passed the bill of a third rule where it requires that at least women occupy 1/3 of the government posts. This is one of the biggest efforts that have been put into law and have made women emerge on top of leadership to show their capability that have so long been neglected in the society. The subject has proven to expand my knowledge that all gender have the capacity to lead everyone and not just men as it has been assumed for a very long time in the society.

Additionally, the subject has also helped me realize the issues that come with racial discrimination and racial segregation in our daily lives. By studying several law cases about racism and racial segregation, I discovered the gravity and intensity of racial discrimination in our daily lives in offices, schools, government and other places of power. Studying how people fought to get a racial equality, how some people shed blood for us to achieve the balance in terms of race was not an easy thing and it creates a positive impact in me. Therefore, seeing persons in the office denying another person a promotion because he comes from a minor race yet he has all the qualifications disturbs me so much. It is true that racism is still deeply rooted in our hearts and as much as we pretend to be living in a post racial era, there is much happening in the community that show racism still on the rise. Even president Obama said that he used to face racism while in politics and many white folks despised him at some point killing his morale in politics. It is not only blacks facing discrimination, but the Asians and the Latinos too do face racial discrimination in the United States. However, this course helps me get a better understanding of the how we can evade racism and create equality amongst ourselves so that we achieve the best progress in terms of economy and social relations amongst ourselves.

3) Consider your racial/ethnic group identity

My racial group is white, the majority group in the United States. Out of this group, I get many privileges whenever I go. For instance, I paid a visit to one country in Africa and everybody seemed to excuse me almost everywhere because I was a white girl, a privilege that made me rejoice internally. They could not allow me queue at any place, and all attention was on me at every point starting in the airport. Therefore, I am likely to get more privileges for being part of the biggest racial group like getting employment direct after college education because we are preferred in the job market more than the minority group. One disadvantage that struck me for being in this racial group was the stereotype given to me by the minority group. Having been discriminated racially at some place by a white person, they assumed that I was part of the discriminators and gave me a look suggesting that I was a devil to them. This is one of the most awful things I receive from people of color because of my race, and I hate it.

  1. Consider your gender group identity

I am a girl aged 22 years and I love being a woman. I get many privileges from being a woman due to the rising concerns of caring for the girl child worldwide.  For instance, I went for an interview seeking for a part time job with my friends, but the way I was asked questions was not the same tone they asked the boys. I was asked in a soft and kind tone while my male friends were asked in a rather harsh or let us say they expected much boldness from them. More surprisingly, I won the interview and secured the job while the boys did not make it. It is also obvious that a girl can harass a boy in public and no one will care but there is no single point a girl shall be harassed in public by a boy and people mute about it. Everyone will come to defend the girl even if she is the one on the wrong side, a great privilege indeed. Such privileges make me feel cared and noticed by people around me and it is just an amazing thing when people notice your presence whenever you go. However, there are also disadvantages of being a girl; one of them is the superiority of the boys, as they call it. It is still evident that men occupy most powerful jobs and most leadership positions worldwide than women. This fact hurts so much and makes me as a woman feel despised by men. It makes me feel undermined when I see that the United States has never been ruled by a woman since its formation, over 200 years ago.

Understanding unequal power relations between group

Studying law has greatly improved my knowledge on power relations in the society that can be seen by anyone. I have been able to know why there exists inequality in terms of power in the and why this is a worldwide issue. For instance, the issue where men are termed to be superior to women is something that has existed for ages although most people avoid talking about it publicly. This is evident in many states when it is seen that a few percentage, maybe less than five percent of women occupy the head of state power while the rest are men. This is clear because we can see that men head many countries in this world, an indication that men command superiority in the society than women. Studying this course has therefore helped me know why this issue of men being regarded as superior existing in the society and the efforts that have been made so far to offset this imbalance. Some countries have passed the bill of a third rule where it requires that at least women occupy 1/3 of the government posts. This is one of the biggest efforts that have been put into law and have made women emerge on top of leadership to show their capability that have so long been neglected in the society. The subject has proven to expand my knowledge that all gender have the capacity to lead everyone and not just men as it has been assumed for a very long time in the society.

Additionally, the subject has also helped me realize the issues that come with racial discrimination and racial segregation in our daily lives. By studying several law cases about racism and racial segregation, I discovered the gravity and intensity of racial discrimination in our daily lives in offices, schools, government and other places of power. Studying how people fought to get a racial equality, how some people shed blood for us to achieve the balance in terms of race was not an easy thing and it creates a positive impact in me. Therefore, seeing persons in the office denying another person a promotion because he comes from a minor race yet he has all the qualifications disturbs me so much. It is true that racism is still deeply rooted in our hearts and as much as we pretend to be living in a post racial era, there is much happening in the community that show racism still on the rise. Even president Obama said that he used to face racism while in politics and many white folks despised him at some point killing his morale in politics. It is not only blacks facing discrimination, but the Asians and the Latinos too do face racial discrimination in the United States. However, this course helps me get a better understanding of the how we can evade racism and create equality amongst ourselves so that we achieve the best progress in terms of economy and social relations amongst ourselves.

4) Consider your racial/ethnic group identity

My racial group is white, the majority group in the United States. Out of this group, I get many privileges whenever I go. For instance, I paid a visit to one country in Africa and everybody seemed to excuse me almost everywhere because I was a white girl, a privilege that made me rejoice internally. They could not allow me queue at any place, and all attention was on me at every point starting in the airport. Therefore, I am likely to get more privileges for being part of the biggest racial group like getting employment direct after college education because we are preferred in the job market more than the minority group. One disadvantage that struck me for being in this racial group was the stereotype given to me by the minority group. Having been discriminated racially at some place by a white person, they assumed that I was part of the discriminators and gave me a look suggesting that I was a devil to them. This is one of the most awful things I receive from people of color because of my race, and I hate it.

  1. Consider your gender group identity

I am a girl aged 22 years and I love being a woman. I get many privileges from being a woman due to the rising concerns of caring for the girl child worldwide.  For instance, I went for an interview seeking for a part time job with my friends, but the way I was asked questions was not the same tone they asked the boys. I was asked in a soft and kind tone while my male friends were asked in a rather harsh or let us say they expected much boldness from them. More surprisingly, I won the interview and secured the job while the boys did not make it. It is also obvious that a girl can harass a boy in public and no one will care but there is no single point a girl shall be harassed in public by a boy and people mute about it. Everyone will come to defend the girl even if she is the one on the wrong side, a great privilege indeed. Such privileges make me feel cared and noticed by people around me and it is just an amazing thing when people notice your presence whenever you go. However, there are also disadvantages of being a girl; one of them is the superiority of the boys, as they call it. It is still evident that men occupy most powerful jobs and most leadership positions worldwide than women. This fact hurts so much and makes me as a woman feel despised by men. It makes me feel undermined when I see that the United States has never been ruled by a woman since its formation, over 200 years ago.

Understanding unequal power relations between group

Studying law has greatly improved my knowledge on power relations in the society that can be seen by anyone. I have been able to know why there exists inequality in terms of power in the and why this is a worldwide issue. For instance, the issue where men are termed to be superior to women is something that has existed for ages although most people avoid talking about it publicly. This is evident in many states when it is seen that a few percentage, maybe less than five percent of women occupy the head of state power while the rest are men. This is clear because we can see that men head many countries in this world, an indication that men command superiority in the society than women. Studying this course has therefore helped me know why this issue of men being regarded as superior existing in the society and the efforts that have been made so far to offset this imbalance. Some countries have passed the bill of a third rule where it requires that at least women occupy 1/3 of the government posts. This is one of the biggest efforts that have been put into law and have made women emerge on top of leadership to show their capability that have so long been neglected in the society. The subject has proven to expand my knowledge that all gender have the capacity to lead everyone and not just men as it has been assumed for a very long time in the society.

Additionally, the subject has also helped me realize the issues that come with racial discrimination and racial segregation in our daily lives. By studying several law cases about racism and racial segregation, I discovered the gravity and intensity of racial discrimination in our daily lives in offices, schools, government and other places of power. Studying how people fought to get a racial equality, how some people shed blood for us to achieve the balance in terms of race was not an easy thing and it creates a positive impact in me. Therefore, seeing persons in the office denying another person a promotion because he comes from a minor race yet he has all the qualifications disturbs me so much. It is true that racism is still deeply rooted in our hearts and as much as we pretend to be living in a post racial era, there is much happening in the community that show racism still on the rise. Even president Obama said that he used to face racism while in politics and many white folks despised him at some point killing his morale in politics. It is not only blacks facing discrimination, but the Asians and the Latinos too do face racial discrimination in the United States. However, this course helps me get a better understanding of the how we can evade racism and create equality amongst ourselves so that we achieve the best progress in terms of economy and social relations amongst ourselves.

5) Consider your racial/ethnic group identity

My racial group is white, the majority group in the United States. Out of this group, I get many privileges whenever I go. For instance, I paid a visit to one country in Africa and everybody seemed to excuse me almost everywhere because I was a white girl, a privilege that made me rejoice internally. They could not allow me queue at any place, and all attention was on me at every point starting in the airport. Therefore, I am likely to get more privileges for being part of the biggest racial group like getting employment direct after college education because we are preferred in the job market more than the minority group. One disadvantage that struck me for being in this racial group was the stereotype given to me by the minority group. Having been discriminated racially at some place by a white person, they assumed that I was part of the discriminators and gave me a look suggesting that I was a devil to them. This is one of the most awful things I receive from people of color because of my race, and I hate it.

  1. Consider your gender group identity

I am a girl aged 22 years and I love being a woman. I get many privileges from being a woman due to the rising concerns of caring for the girl child worldwide.  For instance, I went for an interview seeking for a part time job with my friends, but the way I was asked questions was not the same tone they asked the boys. I was asked in a soft and kind tone while my male friends were asked in a rather harsh or let us say they expected much boldness from them. More surprisingly, I won the interview and secured the job while the boys did not make it. It is also obvious that a girl can harass a boy in public and no one will care but there is no single point a girl shall be harassed in public by a boy and people mute about it. Everyone will come to defend the girl even if she is the one on the wrong side, a great privilege indeed. Such privileges make me feel cared and noticed by people around me and it is just an amazing thing when people notice your presence whenever you go. However, there are also disadvantages of being a girl; one of them is the superiority of the boys, as they call it. It is still evident that men occupy most powerful jobs and most leadership positions worldwide than women. This fact hurts so much and makes me as a woman feel despised by men. It makes me feel undermined when I see that the United States has never been ruled by a woman since its formation, over 200 years ago.

Understanding unequal power relations between group

Studying law has greatly improved my knowledge on power relations in the society that can be seen by anyone. I have been able to know why there exists inequality in terms of power in the and why this is a worldwide issue. For instance, the issue where men are termed to be superior to women is something that has existed for ages although most people avoid talking about it publicly. This is evident in many states when it is seen that a few percentage, maybe less than five percent of women occupy the head of state power while the rest are men. This is clear because we can see that men head many countries in this world, an indication that men command superiority in the society than women. Studying this course has therefore helped me know why this issue of men being regarded as superior existing in the society and the efforts that have been made so far to offset this imbalance. Some countries have passed the bill of a third rule where it requires that at least women occupy 1/3 of the government posts. This is one of the biggest efforts that have been put into law and have made women emerge on top of leadership to show their capability that have so long been neglected in the society. The subject has proven to expand my knowledge that all gender have the capacity to lead everyone and not just men as it has been assumed for a very long time in the society.

Additionally, the subject has also helped me realize the issues that come with racial discrimination and racial segregation in our daily lives. By studying several law cases about racism and racial segregation, I discovered the gravity and intensity of racial discrimination in our daily lives in offices, schools, government and other places of power. Studying how people fought to get a racial equality, how some people shed blood for us to achieve the balance in terms of race was not an easy thing and it creates a positive impact in me. Therefore, seeing persons in the office denying another person a promotion because he comes from a minor race yet he has all the qualifications disturbs me so much. It is true that racism is still deeply rooted in our hearts and as much as we pretend to be living in a post racial era, there is much happening in the community that show racism still on the rise. Even president Obama said that he used to face racism while in politics and many white folks despised him at some point killing his morale in politics. It is not only blacks facing discrimination, but the Asians and the Latinos too do face racial discrimination in the United States. However, this course helps me get a better understanding of the how we can evade racism and create equality amongst ourselves so that we achieve the best progress in terms of economy and social relations amongst ourselves.