Endarch: Journal of Black Political Research


For purposes of this work, anti-discrimination may be correlated with cultural competency or diversity, anti-discrimination, or desegregation. This paper expounds on previous work constructing a concept of anti-discrimination through four different lenses. Through these lenses, we introduce a series of reactions against discrimination\segregation that progressively reflects a most mature level of cultural competency. Each constructed lense [sic] or level of cultural competency is described within one of three paradigms, psychological, sociological, and public policy.

Through this construction we provide inroads into both linkages with, as well as, measurable policy goals for anti-discrimination. As well, the work augments associated offices of anti-discrimination in the definition and establishment of mission, goals, and objectives