Karl Marx, Emile Durkheim, Max Weber among others have been in the forefront in spearheading and giving some light on urban sociological discipline (Sharma 25). They are the sociologists who pioneered the understanding of urban sociology.
In this paper, we seek to discuss racial and ethnic discrimination based on critical race theory. To begin with, the theory recognizes racism as being rooted in the urban sociological life in many countries. Role and power allocation is chiefly based on race and tribe. In most instances, privilege is to the majority and the minority race suffers as a consequence. For instance, in the USA the whites are privileged to education, national benefits, power and employment . However, the consequences attached to high levels of marginalization of color and ethnic groups adversely affects social lives leading to rise of other anti-social behaviors such as murder, expert robbery and other anticipated crimes due to discrimination. Many sociologists have worked hard to dig out and fish for the truth underlying issues of urban sociological setting, and to understand why the behaviors of racial and ethnical discrimination are highly practiced especially in countries where people are of different colors.