The Role Of Racism In Modern American Society

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Around fifty years ago, civil rights activist Martin Luther King dreamed about a United States that is free of racism, where all people regardless of the color of their skin would live peacefully and equally. Fifty years later, this dream of King, who died for this very cause, could be said to have been realized, albeit not thoroughly. Although it cannot be argued that the minority groups in the US have become more accepted into the society and are receiving the same rights as the White Americans for being citizens of the US, it also cannot be denied that there are still instances of racism that happen in the modern American society. The only difference, and could be a great development, is that these instances of racism are found more in the
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