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Social instituitions are portrayed as neutral yet these institutions are the fundamental conduits for race, class and gender oppression in our society even though they are often presented as entities far removed from these experiences.
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Contrary to common belief, social institutions like schools, workplaces, and religious spaces are far from neutral. In modern US society, these spaces often contribute to the worsening of race, class and gender oppression. Although individual institutions may not seem to be in any way harming society, the social structures of these institutions often employ discriminatory practices and policies, whether intentionally or otherwise....
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