Interminority racism in the United States
There has been long-running racial tension between African Americans and Mexican Americans. In several significant riots in California prisons, Mexican American and African American inmates targeted each other specifically, over racial issues. There have been reports of racially motivated attacks against African Americans who have moved into neighborhoods occupied mostly by Mexican Americans, and vice versa.
Current US policy advocates a multiculturalist discourse to acknowledge multiracial difference. Multiculturalist theorists like Claire Jean Kim criticizes that this contemporary policy because it still refuses to acknowledge the interminority inequalities and antagonisms generated by this new diversity.
- African American–Jewish relations
- Gangs in the United States are often a vehicle for inter-ethnic conflict
- Homophobia in ethnic minority communities
- Racism in the United States
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