Racism Racism

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Do you believe that everyone in this world has equal rights? Well if you think that everyone in this world has the same rights your wrong. Racism has been going on for years and still to this day racism is a big part in today’s society and will forever be a part of history. Throughout the years not much has changed from having African American slaves to having immigrants. In the beginning of the sixteenth century when there was more then ten million African Americans who were forced to become slaves. Some Southerners believed that it was the Christians’ duty to “civilize” the Africans, while others pointed to the abominable conditions for factory workers in northern industrial cities, arguing that slaves were treated more humanely…show more content…
But since Donald J Trump became president he’s in the proses of upgrading the wall all across Mexico making it harder for illegal people to come across (Michelle Ye Hee Lee).Trump has also made racist comments against Mexicans when he has spoken in public. Not only has trump done racist things to immigrants but so has Jo Arpaio. Arpaio has gone to immigrants jobs and deported a lot of Mexicans embarrassing them not only in front of their family’s but workers and on news. Arpaio’s officers called Latinos “wetbacks,” “Mexican bitches,” “fucking Mexicans” and “stupid Mexicans,” the Justice Department found, and Latino drivers were four to nine times as likely to be stopped by his officers as non-Latino drivers were (Reilly). Following this, another example of racism are hate groups. There are active hate groups throughout the country except Alaska and Hawaii. Some of them are KKK, Neo-Nationalist, White nationalist, and Christian identity making them historical hate groups. There are 57 groups in California, 38 in Pennsylvania, 44 in New York, and 50 in Florida these are not even half of the racism hate groups around the country. Hitler and other Nazi leaders viewed the Jews not as a religious group, but as a poisonous "race," which "lived off" the other races and weakened them. After Hitler took power, Nazi teachers in school classrooms began to apply the "principles" of racial science (Nazi Racism). In conclusion, Racism has

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