Further research is needed to correlate their hypothesis. This has also reinforced societal norms of racial inferiority and provided a scientific rationale for black exploitation. The Boston Youth Program was evaluated and suggested as potential national curricula.
With current trends forecasting that 1 in 3 black men in the United States will go to prison or jail, focus on fixing criminal issues with minorities has been placed to the forefront of pressing problems in the United States. From tothe CDC reports the murder rates of African-American males between the ages of 15 and 24 rose by 68 percent.
And because the questions we ask drive the conclusions we draw and the resources we allocate, this can prohibit an understanding of how gender-based violence is, to varying degrees of severity, so pervasive that it trumps any one decision to stay or go, report or stay silent or wear a short skirt, or walk at night, or travel alone, or live alone….
The authors suggest intense strategies to reduce the danger of injuries from firearms. Kenneth Tardiff, et al. The study revealed that in this test group, one in five students admitted to carrying a weapon for any of the above-cited reasons.
I agree this is a starting point for action. The author presents data correlating the incidence of firearms as a primary cause of injury and death.
There is also discussion that oppression has lead many young blacks to internalize these feelings and leads to potential aggression. Therefore, the criminal justice system needs to refine and re-calculate crime statistics.
Hearing the destitute feelings related by the very children who are living daily in these violent environments should be a wake-up call to all Americans. There is a general listing of many violence prevention programs along with addresses, contact persons, and phone numbers.
It is acknowledge a multi-disciplinary approach is the only effective way to combat violence. Therefore, the only alternative is to supply a health role model for them to develop feelings of emotional challenge. I found it interesting to compare the spiritual demise that was related by the author to women of color who have experienced violence.
Less known is the fact that black women also face a disproportionate risk of lethal violence. The War on Drugs  has been noted as a direct cause for the dramatic increase in incarceration, which has risen fromto more than 2, from to in the nation's prison system.
Children need to learn that violence is the exception, not the norm.Oct 24, · For African Americans as well as other women, guns are used not to save lives but to take them. We should not sit back and accept a society where black women face a higher chance of getting killed.
Violence Against Women in the United States: Statistics. we see that African-American women face higher rates of domestic violence than white women, and American-Indian women are victimized at a rate more than double that of women of other races. to 18% of violence against white victims.
Of nonfatal violent crimes against blacks, nearly 14% Nonfatal violent victimization declined for blacks/African Americans, whites, and Hispanics age 12 or older between Bureau of Justice Statistics Black Victims of Violent Crime. Feb 07, · Violence against blacks recalls civil-rights era. Black History Month comes at a time of increased violence against African Americans.
African American Women and Violence: Gender, Race, and Class in the News Marian Meyers This study uses discourse analysis to examine the representation of violence against African American women in local TV news coverage of Freaknik, an annual “spring that African Americans are over-represented in the news as criminals and under.
According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, an estimated million American women experience DV/IPV each year. Women make up 85% of the victims of DV/IPV. Women make up 85% of.Download