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Fall of 1999 I applied for the University of Idaho to pursue a bachelor degree I could be the first in my family to obtain this accomplishment The issue that always came to mind was will I have enough money Racial issues in the state of Idaho were a concern of mine also for I was a member of a minority group How is it possible for an Asian American from a low-income family suppose to fund their education and mentally tolerate racism in Idaho I felt scared and uncertain of what the future held for me I he question how does other minority groups deal and cope with the issues at hand When I graduated high school in 1994 I was uncertain of what I wanted to do I failed to get a scholarship in athletics and had no funding to pay for school So I thought to myself What am I to do for myself now Like most minorities I went to work for a living and eventually got married Things got worse and worse as time went on Things turned for the worst and I got divorced and was working as a furniture salesman I spoke to my parents and told them that I was going to go to college at the University of Idaho My father laughed and said yea right and pigs fly Certainly all the odds are stacked up against minorities in getting a better education With all the issues brought up in America about equality in the past decade We find that minorities do have a lot of lenience in pursuing an education and pursuing professional jobs equal opportunity A big question is how much lenience do we give and who do we give it to In a recent article that I read in the Idaho Statesman Diversity Idaho and the US was pretty interesting but yet still a harsh reality to minorities It stated that less than
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