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Racism is still a problem nowadays in certain areas I see many groups of people discriminated against not just African Americans I dont know why people can have such negative views on certain ethnic groups I agree with John Steinbeck on many of his views When he sees the type of language being said down in Louisiana he is absolutely flabbergasted I think he is very courageous for having such strong opinions on why these southerners were wrong He didnt come out and say they were wrong because this took place in the sixties and I figured it would be too controversial He would probably loose a lot of his fans who are racist I do not believe that race accounts for differences in human character or ability Or that a particular race is superior to others Black people are still discriminated against in this day and age It was hard for me to see this at first until I really looked in to it in depth I realize that the government doesnt help minorities as much as they should For example inner city schools are very poorly funded Besides the government being secretly racist so are cops Cops are supposed to keep peace but actually do the opposite They accuse black people of committing crimes over whites If there are two people standing outside a scene of a crime a black and white person if a cop comes he would arrest the black person and not the white I was talking to one of my friends about racism and he was telling me how he thinks America is very quick to go to war with countries that arent white He says we have no problem throwing the first punch I began to think about it and im still not sure if he is right And than I brought up how its not true because Russians are white and they
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