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Discrimination extinct or is it Who says discrimination doesnt exist in present day Newspapers television and people all around us are methods of seeing that discrimination occurs everyday of our lives There might be those people who say that it is extinct but then again do they come in contact with people outside their own race Discrimination is something that is here with is for as long as we live Its an issue too large to control For one reason people were created on this earth no one the same everyone different why Who wants to live a perfect life life was meant to be exciting interesting challenging and many other things that you want it to be but a life isnt complete without problems Therefore discrimination is something that will happen and always be present Throughout my life I have either read books or heard something about the history of discrimination and how it was in the past I think to myself and realize that many things have changed but not everything Imagine myself a dark-skinned Hispanic walking down the street in the city of New York I think Im going to feel all right seeing and interacting with people of my color and race This time Imagine myself remember a dark-skinned Hispanic walking down the city streets of Oklahoma for the first time ever Sure I get funny looks from the people walking beside me and around me but why Just because I look different Things like this happen everyday not just to me but to white people in Alabama or black people in Nashville If you are different you will get discriminated against Be it looks actions or verbal confrontations discrimination still exists If we were perfect we wouldnt have to worry about it but since we arent we do have to remember that its still present
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