15 responses about "racial justice"Surprise Me
It's about growing up as a Native American in a predominately Caucasian community and being told I don't belong in the country I was born in for such petty things like my skin tone. I grew up around all white people and developed their culture while having none of my own.
Is the American Creed the Villian against Race?
Your race may affect whether you receive the American Creed.
Is there really a true "american"?
I wrote this essay with the intended goal of explaining the idea that even though America is "ideal" there is an unspoken animosity against specific communities. Prejudice and ignorance need to be addressed and conquered. If not then history will repeat itself.
What does it mean to be an American?
Black men are constantly harmed by authorities who are supposed to be there for help and security because the authorities are set in a position for African Americans to continuously fail.
What Rights Do We Have As Americans?
The rights of most people living in the US weren’t fully honored as much as the Constitution said it would. One right that is not fully honored is the right of having equality in this country. Till this day many African-Americans still suffer from racism.
This Is America: The Divided States
My essay evaluates the biggest division in America black vs white. The dispute has been going on for the longest and even though slavery has been "abolished" and all men and women are "equal", somehow we still find ourselves fighting for freedom and justice. We've yet to prevail.
What rights should people living in the US have?
I believe that people in America should have the rights of freedom, freedom of Speech and, to be protected by all the laws granted by the government period. Also to be treated equally no matter the race or sexuality and for everyone to granted justice.
The Country that isn't free...
My Essay shows the facts about our country and how African Americans are treated. My essay shows stats and gives an insight to our community and the challenges we face as a culture.
Let Dreamers Dream
This is a poem I wrote about the values that America cherishes and exemplifies the rights that everyone possesses. No matter how different you may look or the way you act, everyone is given the right to be treated the same and this is why we should truly value the American Creed.
Racism in America
Racism is a huge problem not only around the U.S, but the world. racism has a huge impact in the history of the U.S. In this article, I'm trying to find out what started racism, what influences racism, and how to end racism.