Yes, systemic racism is real. And people of color – African Americans, Latinos, Asians, and other minorities – face it every day.
Here is a simple explanation by act.tv of how systemic racism grew out of the roots of racism in the US.
It explains how it affects people of color in every area of life, from school, to neighborhoods, job prospects and so on.
American Muslim’s Activism
For many years, Muslim activists in the US have been standing on the front lines of social justice and reform.
From Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali to Keith Ellison and Dawud Walid, Black American Muslims have been fighting for social justice and end of police brutality.
Read More: In Black History Month: Black Muslims Address Islamophobia, Racism
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