Racial Preferences and Discriminations still Exist

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“In today’s Grand Old Party there is only one correct answer to the discussion about racism. And that is: There is no racism in America anymore. Except reverse-racism against whites” once said by Bill Maher a well known comedian and HBO host. Reverse discrimination is the unfair treatment of people of majority groups resulting from privileged policies, as in college or work admissions intended to remedy discrimination towards minorities. It is often said that minority groups like, African Americans and Mexican Americans have a more difficult time having a successful life like getting a degree or a job. That is no longer true, society changed this idea. It is the majority groups that have a tougher time getting to college or getting a job because the criterion is different for each group. It is something society does not talk about. Equal opportunity and fair treatment is all a lie. It is a lie told by our “democratic” country where people are still judged based upon their race. Many people believe that discrimination in America has stopped in the past, in the twentieth century, that is not true. It takes place everyday, just not to minority individuals but the majority individuals are affected. The federal strictly forbids any sort of intentional discrimination under the Title VII Civil Rights Act of 1964. The main goal of this title is to endorse equal employment opportunity and forbid any sort of harassment and discrimination in the workplace. The federal law outlaws all types of discrimination. This means that it prohibits intentional discrimination and any other practices of discrimination against individuals because of color, race, religion and sex. It is obvious, however, that discrimination still exists. E... ... middle of paper ... ...evel of intelligence not their race. Works Cited "Covering Private Reverse Cases." Equal Employment Opportunity Comission. N.p., 13 May 2004. Web. 12 Mar. 2014. "Dow Jones Fund to Stope Basing Scholarships on Race." 3 May 2007: 25-26. MAS Ultra - School Edition. EBSCO. Web. 12 Mar. 2014. Hartigan, Rachel. "What's the Place of Race." U.S. News and World Report May 2005: n. pag. MAS Ultra - School Edition. EBSCO. Web. 10 Mar. 2014. Kozlowski, James C. "Matters of Race." Apr. 2009, 44th ed.: 56-60. MAS Ultra - School Edition. EBSCO. Web. 14 Mar. 2014. Maher, Bill. "Famous Quotes." BrainyQuote. Xplore, n.d. Web. 22 Mar. 2014. "Reverse Cases." U.S. Department of the Interior. N.p., 2006. Web. 12 Mar. 2014. "Significant EEOC Race/Color Cases(Covering Private and Federal Sectors)." Significant EEOC Race/Color Cases. N.p., 14 Mar. 2014. Web. 20 Mar. 2014.

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