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Incidents Of Racism Introduction People in this day and age know the horror and the way people have been mistreated for centuries The only thing they dont know is that it is still going on strongly in todays world and people are oblivious to the violation of humans rights In this respect what has not been fully comprehend by the new drastic conservatism is that the social justice and human rights never were detached communities of value within the framework of a larger political regime The critical objective in the process of blacks seeking social justice has been to move from an exclusive notion of democracy based upon white dominance to one more perfect even than that envisioned by the founders The next few paragraphs is a short resume of the pages given to us It will be discussing violating peoples rights police and their power and trying to make everything better for people with different nationalities Violating Rights When America was first defined the founders debated the issues involved in the character of democracy However the unchallenged and underlying reality was that the authoritative social structure and the effective citizenship of the nation would be white and male women having been excluded by custom most blacks as slaves excluded by law When you have so many disturbing experiences in such a short time you begin to suspect that you are not being excessively paranoid but that your perceptions of how people treat you are in fact correct - that you are being victimized because of your colour This happened to the author on his trip to Cuba with his wife He would always be asked to see some identification but never his wife The only reason for that is because he is black and she is white Police The use of the power of the white majority upon blacks is a measure
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