1- Analyze the Art Market in the:
Mention Leading cities or areas that have tremendous growth in art selling (online is preferred).
- Make a brand position matrix for the following art provider:
- 1st Dibs
- U Gallery
- Look at
What should be changed on the website?
disassociation from academics due to a deteriorating trust and self-esteem issues in the classroom amongst blacks and their educators. The fact that the youth that have been tested all across the United States seemed to feel the classroom environment does not favor their “race” has become a growing trend and disproves the stigma of African-Americans being less intelligent than white people, but more of a growing trend or idea that the classroom setting is more of an institutionalized center of discriminatory practice. Looking on a macroscale, racist practises have affected government and immigration. Specifically, looking at the article “Structural Racism, criminalization and pathways to Deportation for Dominican and Jamaican Men in the United States”, by Tanya Golash-Boza, Boza focuses on males of Caribbean decent from Jamaica and the Dominican Republic. The study found that Nearly 60 percent of black male high school drop outs had been incarcerated at some point in their lives (Golash-Boza T., p.137). Being imprisoned seemed to be an expected life outcome for many black men. As we have known, mass incarceration of black men has had enormous effects on the black community in the united states. This is particularly significant because Golash-Boza states that white men were seven times less likely to be apprehended and incarcerated through a process known now as structural racism. In 1996 congress passed two laws that changed the rights of foreign-born people in the united states. The Anti-Terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA) and the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (IIRIRA). These laws allowed minor crimes, like writing a bad check or minor illegal drug possessions. Once convicted of any of these crimes under these laws, non-citizens were immediately deported with no judicial review. She found that after these bills were made law, blacks of the Caribbean demographic were subject to heavier policing after being placed in neighbourhood areas where there was little to no ability to succeed.>GET ANSWER