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I believe in equal opportunity for all Americans America is depicted as a great country that is protected by an extraordinary constitution that allows Americans to haveThe American Dream With Americas incentives to promote freedom and opportunities everyone has an equal opportunity to succeed However America contradicts itself because equal opportunity is slowly vanishing Therefore people are being judged and ostracized every day because of their race sex or being handicapped As a young adult I believe in equal opportunity and that all people are great and powerful beyond measure In our society people are prevented from having jobs and treated unjustly because they are a part of a race sex or ethnicity Being an African American male from Detroit at a predominantly Caucasian University I am automatically criticized as a ghetto boy from the hood As an American and as a human being I shouldnt be judged because of my race or where I am from Students judged me from saying Hi I am Andre Stringer and I am from Detroit Just from saying a short sentence students felt I was from the ghetto When I decided to join my Residence Hall Government I took on the responsibility of running for President Students who have never held a conversation with me felt I wasnt fit for the position just because I said I was from Detroit As an American I should have had an equal opportunityEveryone should have an equal opportunity Our History is full of stories of people who werent allowed to do certain things because of their race sex or handicap Since we are in a new generation I feel we as people should let it go and move on People are all the same we all eat we all sleep and we all love People may be interested in different things but we are all still people Every person on earth is powerful in some sort
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