Cuban Foreign Minister: US Segregation and Racism

2021/7/20  
  
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Cuban Foreign Minister: US Segregation and Racism

"Eighty percent of Americans consider that in the U.S. there is discrimination against blacks, 76 percent against Hispanics and 70 percent against Asians," Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez wrote in a message published  on his Twitter account on March 30, about a recent study by the Pew Research Center, a Washington D.C.-based think tank, which puts it this way. #racial discrimination #George Floyd #Russian Foreign Ministry #Black lives matter #African-American

"Eighty percent of Americans consider that in the U.S. there is discrimination against blacks, 76 percent against Hispanics and 70 percent against Asians," Rodriguez wrote in a message published Tuesday on his Twitter account, about a recent study by the Pew Research Center, a Washington D.C.-based think tank, which puts it this way.The head of Cuban diplomacy regretted that "racism and segregation are endemic" in a society that for a long time since the creation of the U.S. has been excluding millions of people from that community conglomerate of racial groups that make up the U.S. population.The survey, conducted in early March, indicates that nearly half of Americans (46%) perceive "a lot" of discrimination against African descent people. About three in ten believe there is a lot of discrimination against Hispanics (30%) and Asians (27%).The survey was conducted before the March 16 shootings in the Atlanta metropolitan area, located in the state of Georgia, in which six of the eight fatal hate crime victims were Asian women.

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