Argumentative Essay About Prejudice

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Register to read the introduction… This is much easier said than done. Some religious prejudices have been going on for thousands of years. I don’t know if there is any hope for these people. There are some simple things we can do as students and people. It is real simple. Don’t look down on people because they are different. Don’t be afraid to learn about other religions or cultures. The biggest key is having respect for all people. If somebody is feeling down or hurt, give them a hand and be their friend. It’s really simple if you think about it.
In conclusion, Prejudice people have been around for ever and in some situations there is nothing we can do about it. I do think if everybody made a small effort it would be a great start in people getting along and stopping unnecessary violence. This would make the world a better place to live including Brigham City and Box Elder Middle
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Which means, in practice, that a man is to be judged, not by his own character and actions, but by the characters and actions of a collective of ancestors.” She hits the nail right on the head here – there is no reason for us to judge people based on their looks, they didn’t get to choose to whom they were born. Yet so many times I find myself doing this; everyone does, even if they don’t admit it. Prejudice can have a wide range of implications on the person to whom it is directed at. I believe that lots of times we don’t see these effects immediately, but they show up later on in the person’s life. An example of this would be a black person who grows up in an all white community. Throughout his life, he is made fun of because he acts “white” (i.e., he tries hard in school, gets good grades, is smart). This kid could always feel alone, because his black friends disown him for acting white, and his white friends are subconsciously prejudice against him simply because he is black. This is a tough situation, and is extremely true in the lives of a lot of kids (especially in inner-cities). Not to pick on black people or anything, but I heard a report some time ago that only 2% of black kids make it out of

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