History Of Racial Discrimination In Schools

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“Considering the US history of racial discrimination, it’s no surprise that until this day racial discrimination still occurs in various circumstances, but more importantly, it still and will occur in schools that affect children/students education”. Children/ student don’t feel safe at school and they should be feeling safe because it’s supposed to be where they treat them the same and no harm will occur to them. When children/ student are being discriminated in school, they are affair to go back to school and their parents don’t have the time to sit with them for a while to know what’s going on at school or in their children’s lives and find a way to help them because they are the one who is suffering and sometimes when there is no help. …show more content…
This is just because everyone should respect others race and understand that they are free to express themselves and it’s their lives value on how they live their lives. For example, in schools, children that don’t like other children make it impossible the years that they have to be in schools. Sometimes other children see the situation occurring and they don’t do anything, instead they just simply watch. School’s principal or teacher will teach the children that they need to speak up because they might the next person that will encounter similar situations. “In short, whenever you most need for reason” (1046). The principal or teacher would make children understand that they need to be responsible for their actions and try to treat anyone the same way they want to be treated. “The moral equality of persons gives them a fair claim to certain types of treatment” (1029). We are free like birds; however, we need to respect everyone’s race because we …show more content…
Instead, having equality, there should be ordered to ensure people’s lives and worked to secure it. For example, when enforcement sees discrimination at school then they have a right to punish the criminal for making fun of the person’s race. “Sovereign power can justly be put to death, or otherwise in any manner by his subjects punished” (334). Nussbaum rebuts Hobbes because ordering people or punishing them won’t decrease discrimination, it will make people take their justice into their own hands and the chain won’t break anytime soon. For an instant, school’s teacher or principal should bring everyone together and agree on what they should do when discrimination occurs and not using force because it will make things more complicated than it should be. “Original position as held together by a concern for building a community in which they will live together on terms of mutual cooperation” (1032). This makes everyone to agree and everyone should respect the agreement and not break it. We are humans being and everyone is the same, no one is more or less than anyone

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