The most significant problem facing people of color is the institutional and cultural racism which results in discrimination in access to services, goods and opportunities. Poor Blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans and Asian have different access to services, goods and opportunities than poor whites.  Middle class Blacks, Hispanics, Native American and Asians have different access to services, goods and opportunities than middle-class whites.

This is racial inequality.

 Racial Inequality can not be corrected using color-blind or class based remedies.   Improving the status of everyone will move everyone at the same pace. To remove racial disparities and establish equity,  programs have to consciously be structured so that racial  minorities are improved at a faster rate.

Presidential candidates should  be evaluated on how they will address racial inequality.

The most significant problem facing people of color is the institutional and cultural racism which results in discrimination in access to services, goods and opportunities. Poor Blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans and Asian have different access to services, goods and opportunities than poor whites.  Middle class Blacks, Hispanics, Native American and Asians have different access to services, goods and opportunities than middle-class whites. This is racial inequality.

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Vernellia R. Randall
Professor Emerita of Law

The University of Dayton
School of Law
Dayton, OH 45469-2772
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