It is no secret that politics depends on racial or ethnic factors. The course of politics in the coming years will depend on how these communities relate to each other. What must be taken into account are the factors that have been involved over time and that have influenced the behaviour of American and international politics.
Although the incomes of African Americans have increased compared to the general poverty, they experienced in the 1960s, there is still very little back middle-class families compared to the white middle-class ones.
The US may be approaching a situation where African Americans occupy the same important places as other races. This may be because there has never been so much success in all socio-cultural areas among the African American community.
The political commitment of the next few years will determine two things. One, whether rich African Americans will come to feel relief in their own homes or not, letting them enjoy the benefits of their material success.
Or two, preventing poor African Americans from leaving the country in search of better opportunities elsewhere.
A Nation of Immigrants
Since 1990, the rapid population growth in the country is due to immigrants or children of immigrants.
The projection shows that in a few years, the total population in the United States will be predominantly Latino immigrants. On the other hand, the white population will decrease significantly, and the African American population will only grow by 13%.
These changes in demographics may have more mellow impacts on the racial policy in the U.S., as it will be quite variable and limited compared to the policy of states affected by immigration.
Latinos and Asians are enthusiastic about learning English and being part of the community without feeling isolated or excluded because of their ethnicity.
African Americans are more likely to see prejudice against their race than against others. Latinos are divided between black people and Latin-Americans, while white people see the same discrimination against the three non-white groups, and Asians vary on all issues.
However, if there is one thing that whites and blacks are quite similar about, it is that they differ in policies and assistance to encourage immigration.
The chances of everything getting better will always depend on courtesy. Also, the formation of coalitions will be connected to the equally complicated politics of the alienation of the African American middle class and the marginalization of poor black people.
Racial policy today is very complicated and cannot be allowed to predominate over equality and civility. The only way to create a better world is to set aside racial and ethnic differences.