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With the knowledge one possesses today about racist issues there should be of no cause for concern In 1862 Abraham Lincoln abolished slavery That was 140 years ago how long does it take for todays society to get their acts together With the presence of so called minorities and an overpowering white population a lot of people still label themselves Well as an American I amAmerican and so is everyone else living in The land of the free and the home of the brave The problem that arises with racism starts with the impression of sticking with your own kind whether it be white black red or orange What is that a color Color is nothing but what it is a color The word diversity is highly emphasized in the college and business world but why should it be Diversity means separation assortment mixture why not just be one great American society With terms such as diversity and minority racism comes out of the wood work Is it really good to be diverse If it is it can make or break ones opinion on attending a school or applying to a company Those who choose to label themselves minorities bring topics of discrimination against them I believe that racism lies in those who desire to be called a minority With saying they are an alternative or a minor part of society they are distancing themselves from everybody For example a minority will say to themself Well theres less of me in the US then there is of whites so I should just except the fact that I am a minority and continue to marker myselfa minority Give me a break I choose not to look at any ethnicity as minorities for that reason Everyone should jump on the bandwagon of excluding this word minority from their vocabulary Its like bad meeting evil and the playing grounds is racism Every American citizen has a right to
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