Empowering Arkansas Minority Groups

Publication Date Jun 17, 2022


This chapter presents an overview of the various challenges to overcoming racial disparities of minority groups in Arkansas. This chapter focuses on the efforts that have gone into education, lack of funding, discrimination, racial disparities, and the justice system through guidelines and reform both at the state and federal levels. Recommendations for policy reform will benefit the minority groups of Arkansas. Arkansas' minority groups are chosen for this chapter because Arkansans, often, out of all the states in the South, have traditionally failed to benefit from access to privileged groups, political elites, and the programs that would lift them from despair so that they may have access to those programs and institutions that would enable them to lead more productive lives.


Minority Groups Lack Of Funding Racial Disparities Federal Levels Productive Lives Justice System Recommendations For Reform Political Elites State Levels Privileged Groups

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