What is the relationship between race and class?
How do race and class work together to privilege or disadvantage certain communities?
Can race and class be understood in isolation?
What similarities do you see in the scenes about housing, criminal justice and education? What about differences?
How do identities such as gender, sexual orientation and ability impact people’s experiences of race and class?
How do the experiences of people of color vary based on their socioeconomic class?
How do the experiences of people living in poverty vary based on their race?
The contentious ideology of race and class is something that has existed for a long time in all corners of the world. Certain race has always been considered to be supreme than the other. The race that is considered supreme often identifies with the higher social matrix. The dominated race often is presumed to belong to the lower base of social strata. With the notion that this race superior, they often attempt to amass resources that is more than enough while at the same time deprive of the same o the dominated race. Understanding race and class has proven to be complex because they seem to be intertwined in a way. This paper will focus on how this existing relationship impacts on sexual orientation, privileges enjoyed by each class and how such experiences vary.