BY JENS FREDERIKSEN AND VANN NEWKIRK, OPINION CONTRIBUTORS – 10/05/20 1:30 PM ET
THE VIEWS EXPRESSED BY CONTRIBUTORS ARE THEIR OWN AND NOT THE VIEW OF THE HILL
These are turbulent times as the country struggles to address the tension of an increasingly diverse population and mounting division. The beautiful and complex mosaic of our modern society continually encounters the familiar foes of inequality and exclusion.
Demographic trends notwithstanding, the world of tomorrow will continue to struggle against the world of today. By all indications, we are headed for a minority/majority world, but we continue to ignore racial and economic inequalities.
W.E.B DuBois famously termed this cluster of social problems “The Race Problem,” and for all the apparent progress, there is still much to be done.