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People see it everyday across America A group of whites burn down a black church someone gets hurt or murdered from a racial slur or fights break out at school or in public These are the extremes of racism Racism is definitely not a good thing its a power that has taken over through the last two years In doing research on Racism I hope that my feelings towards blacks would improve and they have What will the future bring for Racism What are the main problems of racism Can we get a hold on racism throughout America or will we self-destruct in our own hate Racism is everywhere as much as today tries to hide it or say that we resolved it forty-to-fifty years ago Racism is still all over the place Racism first showed it teeth in America when the segregation of blacks and whites came along The segregation shut down all activities or actions from whites and blacks It absolutely separated whites and blacks from being close to each other in public and blacks having no rights Then the movement took place when Rosa Parks wouldnt give up her seat to a white man on a bus At the time she was tired of the treatment her and fellow African-Americans were getting She said she was tired and on this fateful day she bgan the turning wheels of the Civil Rights Movement The Civil Rights Movement took place and gave blacks their future as they have now It gave them the freedom that they deserved and needed They were given the ability to vote not having to be separated in such insane ways against whites as they were Positive helpers in the role of blacks rights were Dr Martin Luther King and Malcolm X King had a dream that little black boys and girls would be able to join hands with little white boys and girls His dream came
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