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Roots of Racism in America Racism is defined in Merian-Webster as the belief that some races by nature are superior to others Racism is the dividing factor of cultural unity It is a disease that has plagued the deliverance of the integration of African culture with American culture Racism is the key conjecture of the plight of unity We are now in the twenty-first century and the same racial speculations effect us as American citizens as it did Black people in the post slavery era In todays society your privileged status doesnt protect you from racism They will let you know that youre still a nigga Weve seen the protection that privileged status offers through the examples of OJ Simpson Sean Combs Tupac Shakur Bill Cosby etc The hands of racism only let you get so far before they put you back in your place The only reason why some black people achieve this privileged status comes down simply to their economic status They have money American culture only respects money that is why the majority of black athletics and entertainers are highly regarded in our society It seems as if they are respected as people when in all actuality America only respects their cake money In America a mans value is based upon a mans worth Money cant buy you happiness but it can buy you a misery you prefer I remember vividly this incident when I was back home in Las Vegas Three of my friends and I had acquired a room for New Years Eve at the prestigious Belago Hotel and Casino At 35000 a night this was a five star hotel so of course a lot of the occupants in the hotel felt that we were out of our element Anyway my three friends and I invited some girls to our room for a small New Years Eve celebration As our lady friends were walking through
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