Analysis Of The Book Two Women Of Little Rock By David Margolick

911 Words Oct 5th, 2015 4 Pages
It is unarguable that racism has improved over the last few decades, nowadays we don’t see all the separations of cultures and colors like we used to see before. Going back a few decades we saw how people where sorted by color, we saw how there were parts of a movie theater that was only for the whites and parts that were only for the blacks. It gets even worst because there were restaurants that would not serve any other color other than whites as we can see in the book Two Women of Little Rock by David Margolick when Elizabeth is going to enter a restaurant and she is denied entrance because of her skin color. I believe that racism was a big time problem during those days and it was impossible to stop it because people would grow up with those kinds of believes that certain colors were superior to others. Also, it was very hard for people to prove themselves and show that they are not really what they are being tagged ass because most would not get a chance to, anytime one would try to do better they would be put down by society and sent back to the bottom. We can obviously see that racism has decreased and it is not as bad as it used to be decades ago. Nowadays, there are laws put in place to prevent such acts against others and it is actually punishable by law if you discriminate. Unlike before now people can go to jail if they commit a crime based on your skin color or race. For example, it is now illegal to deny a job to someone just because you don’t agree with their…

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