The Struggle

The inequalities and injustices that people of color have endured for centuries continue, even today.  Individuals and organizations have spearheaded efforts to bring about change through awareness, but much remains to be done.  As documented throughout the literature, research studies, and other publications, until there is a united front, an outpour of voices demanding the … More The Struggle

Comparing and Contrasting the Concepts and Practices of Restorative and Transformative Justice

Click here for video  Restorative justice is not about taking revenge of the past, but creating a better future for those that violated the law and committed crimes against the victim/s.It involves both victim and offender to come together to address the responsibility of the crime and find best ways to repair the harm caused … More Comparing and Contrasting the Concepts and Practices of Restorative and Transformative Justice

Social Injustice: The Arizona Immigration Law

  The Arizona immigration bill, referred to as Arizona law S.B. 1070, presents a number of important issues to analysts of social science and members of the public. The main issue is that migrants who are unauthorized, together the communities they come from, will be subjected to intense surveillance by local and state police. In … More Social Injustice: The Arizona Immigration Law

The Magna Carter

The Magna Carter, also known as the Great Charter of Freedoms was originated in 1215. Magna Carta was intended to prevent abuses of King John of England from ordering the arrest and punishment of a free man without lawful judgment, abuse of the barons, church officials and merchants. At that time it required for King … More The Magna Carter

Five Hundred Years of Injustice

This composition covers some of the inequalities and injustices that people of color have endured for centuries.  It highlights efforts to bring about change through awareness spearheaded by individuals and organizations.  And it identifies who benefits if these atrocities are to be erased. The article by Newcomb: “Five Hundred Years of Injustice,” covers a unique … More Five Hundred Years of Injustice

Race and Class

  Race and Class Racial and class struggle has been an urgent social problem for many decades. In various countries and different corners of the world this fight has its specific features and directions. However, the common goal is always the same – equality for everybody with no regard to race, class, and social status. … More Race and Class

Capitalism & Racism

According to Malcolm X, “You can’t have capitalism, without racism.” In my opinion, capitalism was designed and is currently use to keep certain races in control and unable to gain wealth. Capitalism is the unfairness of social inequality; it can’t function if everyone is equal, there must always be a class to control.  According to … More Capitalism & Racism

The Struggles: Black Liberation/Women’s Liberation

During the 1960’s, Black women struggled for human rights and honor; however, they faced challenges with sexism, racism and classism. Black women were marginalized and openly discriminated against in both movements. They were an insignificant group whose existence and needs were ignored by the black men of the Black Liberation Movement and white women in … More The Struggles: Black Liberation/Women’s Liberation