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Minoritys fight for quality education in America has been a difficult one Huge strides have been made but not without difficulty and much perseverance As a young American it is difficult for me to imagine the atrocities that are spoken of in my history books I have been exposed to many forms of segregation and racism but nothing to the extent of this countrys preceding events That having been said I am not nave enough to believe that the fight for racial equality has in any way diminished today Occurrences of blatant discrimination are evident throughout society however the emphasis does not seem to be placed in the solution of the problem but rather the placating of those who raise their voices in protest Multicultural education has been an issue plaguing our nations school system for years There is the issue of misrepresentation of events concerning minorities in text and equality in activities such as sports Equal treatment and facility dilemmas reach all the way back to Plessey vs Ferguson Legislation and policy implementation has attempted to alleviate the effects of these problems and have made ardent strides towards the ending of segregation permanently So one might believe that any place that still holds the long forgotten belief that separate can ever be equal is still lost in the dark ages However such places still exist like Hernando Mississippi Upon reading that a school system would actually support such a blatant misrepresentation of the idea of equality was at first shocking to me But upon further consideration I began to realize that the intent of the school system was to alleviate any possibility of an act of segregation So much emphasis today has been put on the individual rights of the minorities that much is being lost in the area of greater good for society as a whole Creating clubs and offices only available for certain races creates an acceptance of the idea that
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