Little children like to copy others, so eventually the kid who started being racist or copying their parents’ bad behavior, other kids will start to do it and then that will lead them to trouble and start spreading racism.
African-Americans could also not be able to afford public schooling due to their lack of finding a decent paying job to be able to support their family.
The topics that will be discussed in this research paper are how African-Americans do not get the same education opportunities as Caucasians, how African-Americans do not get the same job opportunities, and how they struggle with everyday life that we do not realize they go through.
“People are starting to realize that public education in America was designed for the masses of poor, and its intent has been to trap poor people into being workers and servants.
Although most parents decide on how they want their kid raised is based upon how they were raised themselves.
Ama Mazama, a professor of African-Amercain studies at temple university in Philadelphia, wrote about homeschooling and said a lot of people keep their kids from going to public schools is the amount of racism.Racism is an elusive, emotional, and historically pervasive fact of American society.In contemporary society, the problems heretofore viewed in the context of a historical legacy that includes involuntary slavery, constitutional denial of equal rights, legal support of second-class citizenship, and ubiquitous and various forms of physical, emotional, social, economic, and psychological exploitation and oppression of black Americans of African descent are now normalized as problems of equal opportunity for denotes an expansive confluence of disadvantage associated with being different in any of numerous ways, including physical or mental disability, nonnormative sexual preference, the status of being an immigrant or refugee, aged, chronic poverty, and ethnicity characterized by color.The number of parents choosing to home-school their kids have been doubled in a little over a decade, about 220,000 black school-ages children are being homeschooled up from estimates of 103,000 in 2003, according to the National Home Research Institute (Jonsson-Kenworthy, par 6).Parents could choose not to discipline there kids because their parents chose not to discipline them for anything which could result into the kid causing a lot of problems with other kids and continue to do it because nobody tells them to stop what they are doing.Most people do not realize how much racism goes on in our daily life, and if they do realize it, they do not care enough to do anything about it.African-Americans have a much higher change of something happening to them than the average Caucasian.The adults in the young American’s live are the examples that the young children see and learn from, and when a parent or other significant other displays racist behavior the child is likely to learn at a young age that other races are not equal to his or her own race.One important step to reducing the racism in America is to include curriculum in all education programs that supports equality in the minds of the youth.In addition, being female, although not a condition of minority status, does often qualify for being included among the less advantaged.Racism has been a problem in the United States of America for a long time, dating back to early America when the Native Americans were often attacked, relocated, and forcibly assimilated into European culture.