Updated: Sep 7, 2021
Human rights have always been a substantial part of a community. If something goes wrong, mass resistance to situations and circumstances that are unfair is stimulated by "the crisis of the inner city" (Castells, 1983). A more narrow form upon women of color participation demands equal rights in school desegregation during the civil rights movement. Effective communities display theoretical and conceptual issues in mobilization to connect people of color and city life.