The United States ranks 69 in the world for racial equality. This jarring statistic challenges the widespread notion that America is the place of radical liberty and equality, allowing for a more contextual consideration of the ongoing racist trends throughout the state.
Author: Alyssa Fong
Alyssa Fong is a third-year undergraduate at UCLA pursuing a triple major in political science, sociology, and gender studies.
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