Empire City: New York Through the Centuries, Urban Crisis
This theme includes a major event in American history in one of the largest cities in New York. This city has been in difficult times to reform human rights and equality regardless of ethnicity, race or religion. The process of deindustrialization had a great impact on the various communities in New York and especially the Afro-Americans. In the long term, this process influenced the development and formation of various neighborhood quarters that were classified on an ethnic and racial basis, and this phenomenon also increased the discrimination among the different sections of the population in New York. Various civil rights moves raise awareness among citizens that all people have equal rights. This influenced the smoothing of the tense situation and the regulation of relations between different ethnic groups and in particular affected the improvement of relations between blacks and Jews, who for a long time were in conflict with each other. While the conflict at Ocean Hill-Brownsville had adverse effects on both sides as it did not have the grass-roots equality of citizens but was pursuing its interests while damaging the education system. While Malcolm X as a nationalist politician demanded that equality between Afro-Americans and Jews be a matter of national importance and that special attention should be paid. He showed how the people in colonized Africa had achieved even more how the American people, and that this example of success had to be followed.
The outbreak of the riot in Newark shows the severe economic situation that had gripped the country, but deep racial discrimination. Many people took part in these insurrections in order to show their state of affairs and injustice. Especially, many protesters were intent on showing how much they were discriminated against the white race. Also, there are also confidences between different communities. Baldwin shows that urban crises are a sign of revolt against a legal violation of one’s deeds. They make up an important fact of our life and these urban envelopes should not be neglected. According to him, violence in these rebellions represents the emotional state of the people and that the state needs to devise a special strategy to respond to these demands.
These two plans, The Second Regional Plan (1968) and The Graphic Regional Plan of 1929, are aimed at reforming the human rights and human equality of the region or geographic place. However, The Second Regional Plan (1968) is a more detailed curriculum that has a more accurate approach to this issue. According to these plans, the city is considered a small area belonging to a certain group of people, while the region is a larger geographic area and refers to a whole ethnicity. Nowadays, if we look at New York City, we can say with conviction that this city has implemented and implemented its 1968 provincial plan. With its cultural diversity and respect for human rights and freedoms, New York is among the cities With Liberals of United Nation
This paper describes the long road to freedom and ethnic equality in New York, in such a country with a wide cultural diversity, was a real challenge to achieve peace and respect for the rights of all communities.