"Racial discrimination pervades every aspect of a society in which every aspect of a society in which it is found." (Arrow 91) Racial discrimination has been going on in this country for a long time. Economical racial discrimination was brought to the public's eyes only the past few years. This kind of discrimination is difficult to find because many of the financial corporate jobs are filled with Caucasian people. This article also explores many aspects of economic, social, and political discrimination in the U.S. Arrow goes through every aspect of discrimination that happened in the U.S.
One of the many aspects that the article explored is the job discrimination. Arrow states that there aren't that many high paying jobs where minorities have. Most of the corporate jobs are dominated by white males. Arrow says that this is because most employers are explicit on keeping the color bar. Not only corporate jobs discriminated against minority's also the U.S. military did to. The military didn't serve African Americans in the cafeterias prior WW II.
The other major thing the article explored is the housing market. "Residential discrimination was of course also overt, enforced primarily through voluntary choice by sellers, but also by covenants attached to the land." (Arrow 92) This states that prices of houses on a certain part of the U.S. Were expensive for African Americans. The unfair mortgage prices lead to segregation in huge scale.
This article gives another view into segregation and Discrimination in America. Discrimination can still be seen in today's society. I think that this kind of discrimination sets back the African American and other minorities in the future job market. This is still an issue and I think this kind of problem needs to be fixed. As the article and Samuel Johnson put it racial discrimination is "too evident for detection and too gross for aggravation."