Over the years, the United States has worked hard to overcome a legacy of racism and racial discrimination, and it has done so with substantial successes. Nevertheless, significant obstacles remain. But, as a vibrant, multi-cultural democracy, the United States - at all levels of government and civil society - continually reexamines and reevaluates its successes and failures, having the elimination of racism and racial discrimination as its ultimate goal. The United States looks forward to discussing its experiences and this report with the Committee.
Race, Racism and the Law
Vernellia R. Randall
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