Two Examples Of Prejudice

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Prejudice is a having a negative view or sentiment towards a person or group of people. It is usually formed without enough knowledge, and is based on negative stereotypes about a certain group of people. Unfortunately, it often leads to discrimination and sometimes death. People often show prejudice to others by oppressing their rights. A few examples of prejudice are women not being allowed to vote, being denied education, and not being able to drive. In the United States, women were denied to vote until the early 1920s. They were seen as home makers, and incapable of making political decisions. Interesting enough, the organizers of the movement thought asking for the right for women to vote an ‘extreme’ request to make. Most politicians
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