Racial Discrimination In The 21st Century

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Race discrimination trend in the 20th century was quite complicated with changes in many fields. Black endured a long period of unequal treatment and limited opportunities from the white, so they always desired to change their life and improve their social position. As a consequence, they started participate in politics and received support in the election. The black also began attend in the same schools as the white. Their performance in education and the permission of the white expressed the alternative attitudes of the white to the African Americans. The relation between two races also became less intense due to the appearance of a few interracial marriages. However, the iniquity still existed in lynching cases and employments. They experienced violence and had less opportunity to get good jobs as white. Although the equality has not been accepted widely among the native Americans, more or less the black received positive attitudes of the white which help them gained initial success in life. In short, the 20th century had not been a booming time of desegregation yet, but its slight changes forecast for the breakthrough of the black in the 21st century. 2.4 21st century: Race discrimination decrease, but not disappear.…show more content…
Wallace (1963) vowed: "Segregation today. Segregation tomorrow. Segregation forever". But Allen (2013) also stated that discrimination in the 21st century is not just about legal or physical, it’s about culture separation. Indeed, no one can surely claim that segregation are completely eliminated today. But I strongly disagree with the declaration of Alabama Government George Wallace. Racism cannot exist in American society forever. Race discrimination more or less hasn’t been serious as it did in the
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