Race, Ethnicity, Immigration, and Women

Poverty by race, ethnicity, immigration, and gender is present and visible worldwide. This disparity results in deprivation, social exclusion, gender and racial discrimination, and relative inequality. Imposed or conditioned social exclusion of minority groups, migrants, ethnic communities, and women deprives them of equal opportunities for income, housing, health, education, culture, and knowledge, and this relative inequality entails poverty and harms social cohesion.

A group of people having similar physical characteristics, ethnic affiliation, national origin, and cultural practices is known as race. The most common arguments for why certain races and ethnic groups are poor are their corrupt and incapacitated governments, retrograde cultures, lack of human and natural capital, severe ecological conditions, lack of innovation, and geopolitics.

Geography, corrupt authorities, and cultural norms chiefly create conditions that result ...

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