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Making Sense of Injustice

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America has had a long history of injustice. From immigrants, women, African-Americans, and Native Americans, Americans have been unfair to minority groups. However, many changes in the 20th century established more rights for all. But the road to equality is still a long, gradual road with many hardships along the way. Still, it's time to establish justice for all, and an important part of that is understanding how we got here: the history of injustice in America. Learn how trends and patterns of Americans treated different social groups has continued into present-day society.

Latest Episodes

Native Americans: Then and Now

Centuries ago, when America's ancestors landed on the shores of North America, they stumbled upon people already living there: Native Americans. For the next few centuries, the colonists eventually took everything from Native Americans- their land, their culture, and their life. Find out more about how Native Americans were doomed from the start and where they stand in American society today in this episode of Making Sense of Injustice.

23 MIN1 w ago
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Native Americans: Then and Now

The History Behind how Women are Treated in Present-Day Society

In history, women have been one of many oppressed groups in American society. From not getting basic rights to their only role in society is to please her husband, women have been fighting to gain equal rights to men for centuries. Even today, women still aren't seen as a man's equal. Find out in this episode how America's history has led to the injustices women face in society today.

21 MIN3 w ago
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The History Behind how Women are Treated in Present-Day Society

A History of the Injustices African-Americans Have Faced and Where We Are Now

To understand the Black Lives Matter movement that occurring in the United States at the moment, the history of how we came to this point of crucial to know. For more than 400 years, African-Americans have faced perhaps more injustice than any other group in the United States. Even today, African-Americans struggle to live in America, as they fear the color of their skin will result in their death. When will this end? Find out more in this episode.

19 MINJUL 5
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A History of the Injustices African-Americans Have Faced and Where We Are Now

How is America still a place of injustice?

I grew up wearing rose-colored lenses that shielded me from the real world. Listen to me recount the moment where I realized society and the real world are not what I had seemed. From injustice crossing racial and gender lines, it's time that the United States pushes for more reform.

19 MINJUN 29
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How is America still a place of injustice?
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Latest Episodes

Native Americans: Then and Now

Centuries ago, when America's ancestors landed on the shores of North America, they stumbled upon people already living there: Native Americans. For the next few centuries, the colonists eventually took everything from Native Americans- their land, their culture, and their life. Find out more about how Native Americans were doomed from the start and where they stand in American society today in this episode of Making Sense of Injustice.

23 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Native Americans: Then and Now

The History Behind how Women are Treated in Present-Day Society

In history, women have been one of many oppressed groups in American society. From not getting basic rights to their only role in society is to please her husband, women have been fighting to gain equal rights to men for centuries. Even today, women still aren't seen as a man's equal. Find out in this episode how America's history has led to the injustices women face in society today.

21 MIN3 w ago
Comments
The History Behind how Women are Treated in Present-Day Society

A History of the Injustices African-Americans Have Faced and Where We Are Now

To understand the Black Lives Matter movement that occurring in the United States at the moment, the history of how we came to this point of crucial to know. For more than 400 years, African-Americans have faced perhaps more injustice than any other group in the United States. Even today, African-Americans struggle to live in America, as they fear the color of their skin will result in their death. When will this end? Find out more in this episode.

19 MINJUL 5
Comments
A History of the Injustices African-Americans Have Faced and Where We Are Now

How is America still a place of injustice?

I grew up wearing rose-colored lenses that shielded me from the real world. Listen to me recount the moment where I realized society and the real world are not what I had seemed. From injustice crossing racial and gender lines, it's time that the United States pushes for more reform.

19 MINJUN 29
Comments
How is America still a place of injustice?
the END
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