Post Racial Society Essay

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The Myth Of A Post-Racial Society
White! Black! Brown! Purple! There is no difference. All of these colors look different, but we all forget that they all fall under the same category. The world is made up of thousands of different cultures and of course, different races. We also live in a world with many problems and one of them being racism through-out a society or a single racist person. Racism has been around since the dawn of time. All through time there have been historical events that made a change in the view of racism to Americans, but these events did not make America a post-racial country. Americans have been fighting for the rights with violence for a post-racial country. This is because a post-racial country means less violence and equal rights. The only problem with fighting for a country where freedom takes place in every race is that people do it in an inefficient way, therefore; most confrontations lead to more controversy between races. A non-racial society in America is a myth and always will be
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Although many of Americans accept one another no matter the color of the skin, studies have shown that “many”, is only about half the population. The United States consists of 320 million people, therefore; this proves that about 160 million people either judge or discriminate against each other. This causes a lot of trauma and issues in America with examples like outbreaks, riots and aggression at Donald Trump 's rallies. Today’s society is guilty of double standards - A white man can degrade a colored man and it is defined racist, but if a person of color degrades a white man society looks past it. It is true that the white culture has never experienced slavery or failed rights, but that doesn’t mean they have not experienced racism (What is White Privilege

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