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A Brief Analysis of Reverse Discrimination Sean Lynch and David Cherence Legal Environments Rowan University Racial discrimination is defined as unfavorable treatment or having fine judgement or taste against a distinct race or minority It is an epidemic that has been occurring for hundreds of years Throughout different time periods people have been discerning others because of physical characteristics uncommon to each other In 1607 English colonists in Jamestown Virginia became the first Americans to bring African slaves to the New World thus beginning hundreds of years of discrimination There have been many improvements in the area of racial discrimination through laws and personal views but racism still exists and probably will for many years to come In the workplace racial discrimination is so prevalent that there is one whole title in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 specifically dedicated to quelling this issue The problem today is deciding where to draw the fine line between racial discrimination and making a choice for the better of your business and when that line is crossed But racial discrimination effects people other than those being directly discriminated By definition racial discrimination is due to a bias against minorities But there is another form of discrimination - that of reverse discrimination In this case it isnt the minority that is being discriminated against it is the white man Obviously both forms of biased views are in simplest form still discrimination but reverse discrimination is sometimes not thought of as a serious problem and is an issue that must be addressed Civil Rights legislature has made major strides in establishing equal rights in the work place but as minorities gain civil rights the issue of reverse discrimination becomes a problem Before we can take a look at reverse discrimination we must first look at the laws that establish our basic civil rights There are two main
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