The issues have led to preferential treatment and denial of freedom of some groups while other are victimized and therefore denied equal rights to accessing such opportunities thus giving privileges to some people to always make use and benefit from resources and rights over others who are discriminated against (Yarhouse and Tan, 2004)
In the society and the learning institutions, classification based on race is usually seen as very outstanding bearing in mind that the society in which we live in is divided into tribes/ ethnic groups and hence the racial classification. It is a common practice to hear people commenting about the differences amongst the various races which exist in the society and even bringing comparison amongst them. It’s also a common practice to hear of people associating different attributes to different racial groups, a phenomenon that is basically based on the cultural orientation of the people. For example, if one could introduce him/herself by name in a group setting, there would be comments from others that, “that is a nomad, or a fisherman” or even associate with the type of food and economic activities that such a group of people is usually known by (Carbado,1999). Often, there was discrimination along racial groups where some would be viewed as not capable of handling a certain activity or even one would be viewed as to have defied the customs of their race incase they were found to be in school for a racial group that does not recognize the learning process for their people.
In terms of gender and sexual identification, learning institutions are marked by an expectation in terms of what kind of orientation a person is expected to take. For example, it is apparent that there are some courses in school which are assumed to be of men while others will be deemed to be of women. There is thus a societal orientation which acculturates people as they grow to believe that there are