It's About Time Augusta Gumm Analysis

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“It’s About Time, Augusta!” by Lydia Gumm, Augusta National Golf Club has been discriminating against females for many years and nothing has been done about it, until 2012. Even then people were still prejudice with the bathrooms signs saying “Males Only.” This represents how Augusta is until it finally ended with their first female member. In other matters, the all-male members owned the club, which allowed them to do whatever they wanted, and this allowed them to deny membership to women. Consequently, this is not the only discrimination that Augusta has faced. During 1933, Augusta was Racist and known as an “all-white” club, but this was finally aware of in 1990. The three hundred wealthy members at Augusta National are uphold and don’t

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