Understanding

Systemic 

Racism

A Guide to Understanding Structural Inequality in North America

About the Author 

Moriah Lynn Johnson

Master of Public Policy

PhD student in Sociology at Loyola University

Moriah Lynn is a 2nd year PhD student in Loyola's Sociology Department, where she studies racism and racial inequality.  With a background in Public Policy, she is passionate about Applied Sociology wherein research is not just for academic development but for the sake of seeing real social reform and racial justice.

 

Her current research focuses on the impact of both social and scholarship inequality on the lives of Black women while using a Critical Race and Black Feminist methodology to do so.  

 

Moriah is also a prolific public speaker and an award-winning writer, receiving the 2020 Robert McNamara Award.

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Most of us did not learn when we were young that our capacity to be self-loving would be shaped by the work we do and whether that work enhances our well-being.

bell hooks

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