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How is class related to racial discrimination? Do you think that high status individuals who are also racial minorities, such as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas or television personality Oprah Winfrey experience discrimination? If so, how does that compare to discrimination faced by minority individuals in lower social class groups?
Newman, David M. Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life. Los Angeles (Calif.: Sage Publications, 2012. Print.
Length: 3 pages (825 Words)
Racial discrimination is unfair treatment of a group or individual person in accordance to the societal origination, color, or language. Discrimination is mostly experienced by the minority groups in a given society, especially in accessing better services or facilities enjoyed by the majority groups (Newman, 2012). There are minimal research studies that explore the association between social class and racial discrimination among the minority people in the societal world. The discrimination of people based on class includes the behavior, attitudes, and formulation of social practices or policies that aims at benefiting the upper class on behalf of the lower classes.
However, this paper aims at establishing the relationship between the social and racial discrimination. The main purpose of the paper is to establish if high-class personalities such as TV personality Oprah Winfrey and Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas also experience the discrimination. In addition, the essay compares the level of discrimination faced by minority individuals at lower social class group with the ones at high-class groups.