Philadelphia — An analysis of recent public opinion polling shows that more white Americans now agree with minorities that racism is a national problem and should be confronted.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation in conjunction with the Northeastern University School of Journalism reviewed several national polls on race relations. The foundation concluded that a majority of Americans across racial groups think more should be done to end racism, and is launching a "Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Commission" to discuss solutions for ending systemic inequality.
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According to the review, media coverage and an increase in the use of technology to document incidents of racism, such as in the killings of unarmed black males by police, has helped to make a powerful case for racial bias as a pattern.