Essay On Racial Profiling

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Racial Profiling/ Discrimination: Issues around the world
Racial Profiling is a serious issue that has risen in the past few years. This is when discrimination is made against certain ethnic races. Contrary to popular belief, this can happen anytime and anywhere. It is important for us to realize that racial profiling is disrespectful to the people who are targeted and it is a crime. People should not be targeted just because of their race or color. In our societies, Racism has only gotten worse because of the lack of education that is globally happening. The theme of interdependence is shown clearly because if one person supports a stereotype then it influences others, because the main group depends on individuals to participate on continuing
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This shows the fact that Lebanon is one of the most known middle eastern countries because of their cultures, food, etc, but sadly not a lot of people are welcomed there because of racism that has been going on for years. People of color, domestic workers, migrants, and mixed-race Lebanese are not really welcomed there. “Renee Abisaad is the daughter of a Lebanese mother and Nigerian father, who moved to the country when she was 11.” She is an engineering student that is challenged because of the racist comments she receives, she feels unaccepted and so she plans to leave the country because of this. People should not feel obligated to leave a country because of being judged by other people, just because they are not educated enough to accept differences of race. A girl like Renee had a voice that was projected upon the news and has the money and opportunity to flee the country once she is done with her studies, but many other people in the world are suffering from this type of racism and might not have the money or the authority to leave a country. They are white and she
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