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    unequal. Every day we are faced with racial, gender, religious, and economic inequalities that create divisions within these United States. Inequality is a multifaceted beast that would require a number of programs and planning to overcome. There are those who thrive and have opportunity to be successful and there are those who can only dream of opportunity and success; the haves and the havenots. When looking at contemporary America, racial and socioeconomic inequalities are most prominent. Though two

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    Cultural and Racial Inequality in Hemingway's Indian Camp Hemingway's "Indian Camp" concerns Nick Adams' journey into the unknown to ultimately experience and witness the full cycle of birth and death. Although Nick's experience is a major theme in the story, cultural inequality also is an issue that adds to the the story's narrative range. Throughout this short story, there are many examples of racial domination between Nick's family and the Indians. Dr. Adams' and Uncle George's racist behavior

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    Cultural Disparities and Racial Inequalities

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    While watching the videos on the incongruences, I could not help but be a little bit taken aback by the ongoing racial inequalities. Specifically, the ones that exist in our healthcare system. Living as a military wife for so many years I never realized that this was still such a problem. I knew of problems in the past, but I thought we had grown as a nation beyond that. Still, I don’t know what the answer might be, other than maybe ratcheting up the efforts in affirmative action? Not only did the

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    An Account of Racial Inequality in Langston Hughes' Freedom Train "Freedom Train" by Langston Hughes is a powerful and eye-opening account of racial inequality in the early Twentieth century. Hughes poem is filled with a sense of irony but also hope towards the future. This tongue-in-cheek look at the so-called "Freedom" Train is a powerful image. Langston Hughes included important ideas in a simple and original way. Hughes was writing at the height of the Harlem Renaissance and his focus remained

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    Southern Racial Inequality in Faulkner’s Go Down, Moses All the stories in Go Down, Moses had a common thread: the McCaslin family. One story, however, stood out from the rest for lacking a McCaslin main character. This story was, of course, “Pantaloon in Black.” At first, I thought this story of grief was almost a beautiful love story. When Rider lost his wife and first love, he was so grief-stricken he didn’t even care to live. However, the conclusion on the story took any beauty out of this

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    opportunities for economic funding and racial segregation compared to schools in wealthier areas. The issue of teacher

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    a time when America addressed significant social justice issues of equal opportunity for its people. Majority of these issues evolved around women’s rights, segregation, and racial inequality. Women’s right dealt with women’s suffrage and their right to vote, segregation dealt with the Jim Crow Laws and racial inequality addressed educational and political policies. Each of these themes closely symbolize a social justice issue because of the inability for certain groups of people to achieve their

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    different races treated unequally? Without racial equality, this world is as far from perfect as a world could be. People have gone from chamber pots to intricate indoor plumbing systems and somehow skin color is still an issue. Compared to all of the other threats to humanity, one would think racial inequality is not the first on the list. However, the fact that all humans are not being treated equally is the biggest threat to humanity; racial inequality is hindering the world from growing and eventually

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    In the 21st century racial inequality is still an issue with many environmental issues brought to the black communities or unjust police officials shown in a variety of social media outbreaks. Racial inequalities have been brought attention from Supreme Court cases. The black community still holds among the top for wage gap among other races. Groups have made protest with “Black Lives Matter” campaign seeing that cases are filed correctly and unbiased by those who review them. Many provisions are

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    Racial inequality has been a huge issue and a problem in America today, as many immigrants migrate to a country what they see as the “land of opportunity”. However, stereotypes keep on growing throughout every generation, which enable the citizens of the country

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