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Affirmative Action Reverse Discrimination We are all aware that discrimination took place over 50 years ago What some might not be aware of is that because of the actions of our ancestors we white males are held responsible and are penalized because of these actions Affirmative action is a way to help minorities in sex and race to get accepted into colleges or get hired for jobs while the white males suffer from what took place over 50 years ago Affirmative action is reverse discrimination It is unconstitutional and America has come a long way since 1964 Since affirmative action started taking place white males are indirectly being penalized in the educational and job fields today Affirmative action is just reverse discrimination against whites and males because people like to try to get a diverse look to their business or university By admitting a person to a university with the same scores because the schools population of that specific race is not that high than we are just traveling down the same path we were at 50 years ago with discrimination Using race as a plus factor in admittance to a university can also raise other race problems As Ann Coulter said For the first time I am looking at her as a black women and myself as a white women Using race as a plus factor will just stir up more discrimination indirectly because people would know the minority was probably accepted because of their race rather than merit Affirmative action to help minorities earn jobs or acceptance to college will only help the middle to upper class people That is the way affirmative action works right now As Christopher Edrey said Race is different than any other plus factors because race is not something that any of us can control as well as the discrimination that went on years ago Although affirmative action is used to help out minorities and sexes
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