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Prejudice can take many forms some of which are obvious while othersare more subtle As we have seen in the video prejudice in our society isnot simply a problem of the past but it is still occurring todayPrejudice refers to the discrimination of a person or group because of whothey are or what they stand for This unfair treatment can occur because ofa persons race sex religion age physical beliefs or personal beliefs Jessie is a young women right out of college who is trying to fid ajob as a computer engineer Traditionally in her town men have this jobbut Jessie truly believed she could change this and make women a regularlyseen in this field When she went to the local computer center for herinterview the first sign she had that this might not turn out as well asshe hoped is that when they called her into the office the assistantcalled Mr Jones we are ready for you When Jessie corrected the assistantshe looked surprised to see women at one of these interviews The assistantapologized and said she was mistaken by the unisex name During theinterview Jessie noticed the boss Mr Montgomery was not at all thrilledto have a women even being interviewed Jessie knew there was a smallchance of her getting this job so she went on a tirade she expressed howridiculous it was that man were still being prejudice against women afterall they had done for this country she continued by saying that we arevery able and willing to fight for their rights as an equal in the workforce Mr Montgomery looked livid so she stood up and began to walk out Wait exclaimed Mr Montgomery No one has ever talked to me likethat I love to see someone stand up for their beliefs and rights After the interview had been
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