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Polls Indicate Majority of Americans Believe Racial Injustice Must Be Addressed | Nonprofit Quarterly


Polls Indicate Majority of Americans Believe Racial Injustice Must Be Addressed | Nonprofit Quarterly: In the WaPo poll, 60 percent of respondents said that the nation needs to continue making changes to give blacks and whites equal rights. That’s in contrast to a year ago, when only 46 percent felt that way according to a 2014 Pew Research Center poll that asked the same question.

This should indicate to all of us, in the same way that changing public opinion on LGBTQ issues did, that there may now be an opening to have the conversations and take the steps needed to address systemic racism in this country.

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