In one particularly egregious incidence of Islamophobia, a Muslim sixth grader was tormented at her middle school in New York City. Several of the girl’s classmates allegedly called her “ISIS” and tried to remove her hijab, all while physically attacking her. The incident happened at Public School 89 in the Bronx on November 19.
For the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris, African American activist and sociologist W. E. B. Du Bois led the creation of over 60 charts, graphs, and maps that visualized data on the state of black life.
The organization polled white, Black, and Latino men and women to find their opinions, stances, and experiences on everything from discrimination in the workplace to how much they believe in their ability to change the legislative process through advocacy.
Here’s a couple of infographics I made for a class! Translated to English for your viewing convenience. Due to some problems with the original file of the second infographic, I couldn’t edit it to translate it into English, but I don’t think you need the translation to understand it anyway.
“We still have about 50,000 new HIV infections a year in this country. The problem is that it disproportionately affects minorities and the poor — and we tend to forget things that affect minorities and the poor.”