Colorblind Racism

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Colorblind Racism For Americans, to aspire to a higher social position is looked upon as natural and expected. Many young people believe that they will improve their social standing as they move through their careers as for the rest they believe that they will acquired income and wealth simply by their parents. These issues were mentioned in the article as great factors of social mobility. As Lehrman stated, “Frustrated with theories plainly unable to explain the problem, sociologists increasingly are relying on a new framework to understand racism and develop solutions.” We are coming across different views of social inequality through society.” The movement of individuals, families and groups from one social position to another has a
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