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...icies need to be adjusted so that no one group is getting better opportunities than another. Deinstitutionalizing racism makes it harder to be racist. Next, the media has to start broadcasting the truth. Don’t tell the news for profit, but to inform society. These are things that White people can do There are also way minorities can contributing, starting by educating themselves. Education gives individuals opportunities that would be impossible without it. These are just a few ideas I have for a better society. In conclusion, I believe that America has potential to, in the future, a fair and just society. People are beginning to get tired of the current system we have have and are trying to change it. More specifically, the protesters in Baltimore. There civil disobedience is what America needs, so they can realize the inequalities faced by Blacks and all minorities.
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