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As CEO of Security 2.0 and founder of its subsidiary, SecurityTV (SecurityTV.com), it’s our responsibility to share with our niche audience of security followers, films of color. In an article by the Pew Research Center on April 9, 2019, “How Americans see the state of race relations,” it’s clear that the signs from the canary gasping, leaders either ignored or negligent. We can no longer afford either if we are to lead globally in a world where software design is beginning to be dominated by India, rail and innovations in travel by Japan & Germany, we have work to do folks and it’s going to take every American with pride for their country to pick up a damn oar and row. To do that, race relations must improve. We must learn to live with each other and take advantage of our differences, not let our differences take advantage of us.
How Americans see the state of race relations
A majority of Americans say race relations in the United States are bad, and of those, about seven-in-ten say things are getting even worse. Roughly two-thirds say it has become more common for people to express racist or racially insensitive views since Donald Trump was elected, even if not necessarily more acceptable.
Opinions about the state of race relations, Trump’s handling of the issue and the amount of attention paid to race vary considerably across racial and ethnic groups. Blacks, Hispanics and Asians are more likely than whites to say Trump has made race relations worse and that there’s too little attention paid to race in the U.S. these days. In addition, large majorities of blacks, Hispanics and Asians say people not seeing discrimination where it exists is a bigger problem in the U.S. than people seeing it where it doesn’t exist, but whites are about evenly divided on this. more
The Color of Your Skin
It’s one thing to stand out from the crowd. It’s quite another to be held back for the things that make you different. Worse still to be attacked for being an individual, a voice or a different skin color. People from various races are interviewed on London streets asking them whether racism is on the rise and if so what are the main factors contributing towards it.