The Discrimination Of White Supremacist Groups

1420 WordsOct 7, 20156 Pages
American society likes to believe that race relations in our country no longer exist. We do not want to hear about the need for favorable action or about the growing numbers of white supremacist groups. In order to settle our collective conscious, we put aside the disturbing fact that racism is alive. It hides everywhere in the media, the workplace, and it heavily impacts the education of minority students nationwide. I believe that there is some racial discrimination that still exists in the workplace today and in the hiring process. I think on some level they are improving because they are starting to be more diversity on TV and radio, but then again, there are still instances in which race divides people, but not nearly as much as it used to be. The biggest obstacle to improving race relations today is narrow minded individuals who do not believe in equality. People need to be more open minded and need to not judge others based on their skin color, nationality, and looks. As time goes on more people are starting to realize what is right from wrong and understanding that everyone is equal. In today’s society most people understand that race doesn’t mean anything and that everyone should be treat the same and have equal opportunities. People could be mindful of words like "always" or "all". These types of words should cause a red flag to go up. Ask a person if they really believe that all people in that group actually share the same behaviors and attitudes, just because
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