Civil Rights

Structural Racism in Institutions

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What is Structural Racism in Institutions?

Institutional racism, systemic racism, or structural racism is the racism embedded in the structures of our institutions like our workplaces, schools, health care, and housing. Structural racism may be found in written policies and guidelines as well as in routine organizational practices.

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