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Globalization a Prescription of Failure for black people For many years black people in the United States have struggled for their rights and their piece of the American dream Now that the world is moving toward a new global era the African American person worker and human has been left out of this turn in the century and the system is letting them hang their selves Globalization has made it so that anyone with the right equipment and knowledge can chat or do business anywhere in the world with just a few clicks of a couple of buttons Globalization is making the gap between the races bigger every day and it seems that no body is slowing down to lend a helping hand Globalization has placed a new standard on the way we live today Because now that we have reached the technological revolution you must have a computer or ready access to one to be considered up to date with the world There was a time when it was unheard of not to have more than one television in your home Or if you didnt have cable you must have been poor Is being poor a new kind of crime a crime that says if you cant log on you are suppose to be were you are at the bottom In ghettos across America I bet you can count on your fingers and toes how many people have a computer in their house and I am not talking about a play-station or dream-cast Is globalization the new apartheid in the United States Is this away for our land of the free to keep the hold on the poor and lower middle class minorities Are black people free in the coming of globalization In Clarence Lusanes book Race In The Global Era he talks of automation and its effect on black workers Lusane shows us that not all blacks are effected by globalization
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