I will pay for the following article Racial Inequality and Racial Ethnic Differences Cannot be Eradicated in the US. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. This paper sets out to highlight these existing tensions and analyze the possibility of them coming to and end in the long term. if ever.
The term race here refers to a social category of persons labeled and regarded as similar due to some common traits, including skin color, hair texture and shape of the eyes. This categorization brings out such groups as African Americans, Jews, Indians, Arabs, Orientals and Whites. Anyone who belongs to a given category is regarded as having certain cultural traits and behavior patterns associated with that category (ICPSR).
Ethnic groups mean individuals who share the same lineage, language and unique cultural traits among themselves. Generally speaking, these are smaller than racial groups although in some cases like that of the Chinese, they are made up of more than 1 billion people. An ethnic group can constitute a race sometimes especially if it is large like the Jewish community (ICPSR).
By and large, most stereotypes are based on generalizations, where the behavior of one individual. usually of the worst type. is attributed to the whole racial group. As a result, such stereotypes as blacks are violent and criminal, Chinese are cunning and business cheats, Jews are thrifty and outrightly mean, and Arabs are terrorist conspirators. find free social expression. The problem with these stereotypes is that some people tend to believe them lock, stock and barrel. and thus subject others to subhuman treatment based on them.
The United States is no exception to this situation. In fact, since it has arguably all the races on earth represented in it, the incidences of discrimination and differences based on race and ethnicity are quite frequent. Numerous examples abound of individuals who have been insulted, assaulted, maltreated, displaced or even killed .