This paper discusses the African-American family: Impact of racism on family structure, marital relations, financial status, young black males, education, substance abuse and child abuse.
# 18963 | 2,700 words | 17 sources | 1991 |
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From the Paper:Introduction
The literature clearly presents that there are several variables affecting the lives of African-Americans that evidence the routine occurrence of micro-aggressions, or micro-assaults, being perpetrated by certain members of the majority group of society (Franklin, 1965; Jones, 1972). Given this, it then follows that African-American families, the bedrock of the African-American ethnicity and culture, are similarly, if not more so, under attack. Of note is that this group is systematically subjected to a variety of forms of discrimination, foremost of which is racism, which is due to their racial and cultural differences from the majority group of society. The impetus for such discriminatory practices against African-American families is the institution of slavery, which
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