Prejudice And Discrimination In Ralph Ellison's Story

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Combining all the arguments together, Ellison’s narrative is a personal illustration of the many negative effects discrimination and racism has on the African American youth that may lead to a worse off society, but a stasis of status quo eliminates any chance for change. He establishes discrimination to primarily at fault of adults both White and Black, and, due to the lack of change, it is better off to ignore the suffering. However, he fails to acknowledge the consequences produced from ignoring a problem, and, should tackling discrimination and racism be taken actively, then the issues he had argued previously, such as how discrimination forced Black children into ill-labor, may be dissolved. In the end, nevertheless, the narrative conveys
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