God created millions of creatures on this planet; among them He created one race superior in intelligence – humans. All humans were created alike without a discrimination in their body structure, except little variations. The humans took advantage of his intelligence to transform these variations for racial discrimination.
Intra-discrimination in human race
Gradually, the human started to discriminate its own race based on minor variations; for instance, racial discrimination based on black and white color of the skin. There was further discrimination based on cast and creed. Discrimination created many centuries back became perpetual that continued to pass on through generations. We can’t say scientifically that discrimination is a hereditary process, but it has immersed in the human gene. The advancement of human race has not even caused major mutation in this discriminatory gene.
Racial discrimination is a prominent social evil even in the most modern society, though its impact has greatly reduced with human advancement. The white people in the world have always considered themselves superior compared to black people; the former ruled over latter due to this reason. People of African descent, usually blacks, have ever been suppressed by the white society. This aspect could be studied in Afrocentrism, an approach to the study of world history that focuses on the history of people of recent African descent.
Role of frocentric for black professionals
The human advancement over years allowed dominance to black race to a great extent. The development of black communities on social media networks have offered them prominence. Frocentric is an example of social community of black professionals that arrange participation of black professionals in the events specially organized for blacks. The website of this black professional social platform has made great achievement in raising image of blacks in the society. The website lists black events, their date, time and venue to facilitate black community to make their participation.