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Racism Attack the Source there really is no way of getting around it There is a great deal of racial tension in the United States today Nine out of ten people in society today believe that racism does exist and is something that affects millions of people everyday There is not much arguing that can done with a statistic like that What is it that causes so many problems between each other Is it that we are afraid of the unknown Whatever the cause is we have been trying to fix the problem for many years now Since racism is learned and not genetic it is something that needs to be taken care of in school starting from the young children In Brown v Board of Education the whole issue was that schools could be segregated only if they were equal This was decided by the case of Plessy v Ferguson Schools in the South were not equal so Brown v Board of Education was filed Supreme Court Judge Earl Warren decide with the rest of the Supreme Court that segregated schools were in fact unlawful Schools went through drastic changes but some schools didnt like the idea Schools in Prince Edward County had closed due to the ruling and children in the county lost out on their education This had caused some racism to occur in Prince Edward County The most effective solution for solving the racial tension problem is to change the curriculum textbooks and to keep up if not increase diversity training in the work force today First of all there needs to be an agreement that a problem does exist It is after all-evident through racist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan Neo-Nazis and Skinheads These are hate groups that threaten and dislike people not for the content of their character but the color of their skin or what country they are from Although these are extremes when it
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