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  • Problem Of Racism
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    Attack The Source There really is no way of getting around it. There is a great deal of racial tension in the United States today. Nine out of ten people in society today believe that racism does exist and is something that affects millions of people everyday. There is not much arguing that can done with a statistic like that. What is it that causes so many problems between each other? Is it that we are afraid of the unknown? Whatever the cause is, we have been trying to fix the problem for many...
  • Conflicts Between The Whites And Blacks
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    Erica Lerner Book Report U.S. History per. 6 2/28/01 The Road to Memphis By Mildred D. Taylor The Road to Memphis was a set in Mississippi. It is written in first person from Cassie Logan's point of view. Cassie is finishing high school back home in Mississippi while America is at war in Europe and the Pacific. Cassie doesn't worry about the war much at all. Her main focus is her dream of getting into college and going to law school. Though she has to eventually pay close attention to the tense ...
  • Racist Towards Blacks For A Short Period
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    Black World My perception of our world is that racism exists everywhere, even in the land of liberty, America. I am aware of the fact that there is racism against not only blacks, but also whites, Asians, along with people from all other ethnicities. I believe racism is deplorable in any form. Therefore I do my best not to be racist in any way. One of my earliest remembered experiences that have affected me with this was a black individual was in Kindergarten. During recess one day I was playing...
  • Bobby At His Home In Mississippi
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    The Cave Bobby Jones was born in the outskirts of Jackson, Mississippi in 1948. He was the third son of a white couple. His family was well known in their town and his father was actually the sheriff there. The ancestry of his family could be brought back all the way to the beginning of the 19th century. His great-grandfather, in the years of the Civil War, owned a cotton plantation. Soon after the war ended he went bankrupt and sold most of his property. The main reason was because of the freed...
  • 10 Black Men In The Ring
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    Are Black? S The Untermensch – Sub Person? Are Black? Are Black's the Untermensch (Sub Person)? The history of African integration into American society has been Permeated with human tragedy. Ever since the first slave boat reached the shore's of America, a deep affliction to the African race transpired. Generations upon generations were ravished by the rapacity of there captors. Kept enchained and illiterate for hundreds of years, the idea of Blacks as the Untermensch in American society ...

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