Evidences by far have also revealed that social inequality relating to race and class still exists in America. Most of these evidences postulate that Blacks are often treated less fairly in comparison to the Whites in almost every communal sector, including public schools and other forms of public institutions including courts as well. It is worth mentioning in this similar concern that the research results revealed in the study titled “King’s Dream Remains an Elusive Goal; Many Americans See Racial Disparities” by Pew Research Center indicated the practice of unequal treatment made by the White Americans towards the Blacks.
Emphasizing this concern, the discussion hereunder will aim at summarizing the major points of the readings and comparing the arguments of different authors of those readings based upon two major themes. These themes entail determining the reasons of the disparities prevailing between the perceptions of the White community and the Black community in the US towards racial issues and also the existence of significant financial dissimilarities after 50 years of the civil rights movement.
“King’s Dream Remains Elusive” Report presents the responses about how much development relating to racial equality has been made by the US in the preceding 50 years and how much development is required to mitigate the issue if not advanced up to the expectation level as was dreamt by Martin Luther King. In precise, the report intended towards searching for the reasons of having dissimilarities in the perceptions of the Black community and the White community regarding racial issues. Moreover, the report aimed at determining the reasons behind the existence of such economic disparities prevailing even after 50 years of the civil rights movement (Pew Research Center 1-42).
In the year 1963, Martin Luther King, a dynamic leader of civil rights, gave a speech “I Have a Dream” wherein he depicted that the Blacks or the African-Americans