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Who are you In todays society people face every day situations that beg the question As Americans we are unable to claim that we stand for one culture or ethnicity as a whole In fact we claim the complete defiance Many people are torn between worlds- America versus their motherland The idea that all ethnicitys could live together in one country and produce an environment culturally diverse was enacted in America however no one accounted for racism People fled their homelands to escape persecution but they soon realized that the American Dream turned into a nightmare The melting pot turned into to a melting mess Since the beginning Americans have been oppressed by their neighbors and have had their culture crippled The colonists enacted their fundamental idea of what America should be and by doing so they disabled a country Americas ethnicity has been diverse and divided since the first ship dropped anchor on the new land Even today in the twenty-first century we still remain to be divided and withhold a culture of our own The gap between races is still apparent and the color line is still being used The colonists who inhabited and ruled the country placed laws and took actions against anyone whos pigment was not like theirs was not white Even during the most trivial times when a nation needed to band together it separated apart During WWII our nation joined arms to fight for other countries democracy After all that is what America stands for However when we look to our country can we really state that All men are created equally The answer is no Americas robbed Japanese-Americans of their citizenship and placed them in internment camps They did this under the justification that they were protecting the Japanese When the reality was that they were oppressing their own No-No boy a novel by John Okada defines a nation and the cruelty it contained
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