These neighborhoods have run-down houses, poor lighting, and streets littered with garbage and neighborhoods with high rates of crime. In this case, the Black Americans do not get an equal opportunity in the housing industry. Racial steering denies the Black Americans quality basic amenities in their neighborhoods.
A stereotype is a belief about a certain group of individuals that people apply to any person who is thought to be from that group. Stereotyping is prejudicial. One of the most common stereotypes is that the Black Americans are uneducated, unintelligent, rowdy and prone to criminal behavior. The main reason for being prone to crime is living in the offense-prone neighborhoods. It is initiated by the housing agents who intentionally direct the African Americans into those kinds of communities (Phillips, 2010). Most of them do not enjoy proper facilities either health or education which means they are denied the same opportunities for success.
How to eliminate stereotype
One of the major ways to reduce discrimination, stereotype, and prejudice are cooperative learning that structures positive interdependence in schools. It is beneficial for both the students and the teachers (Phillips, 2010). Students using cooperative learning can capitalize on one another's skills and resources. The role of teachers using this method changes from giving instructions to facilitating learning. Another thing that can be done is encouraging multiple