Racism Inequalities In Society

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Segregation, racism, inequality were all common less than a hundred years ago. Today we live in a world were less of these actions are seen prevalent in society. Segregation is defined as, "the action or state of setting someone or something apart from other people or things or being set apart"(Webster's). Although some people believe that there is little equality, in reality equality has been achieved according to MLK's dream. This is evident due to changes in government, voices of the people and overall change in views of this matter. Segregation, racism, inequality were all common less than a hundred years ago. Today we live in a world were less of these actions are seen prevalent in society. Segregation is defined as, "the action or state of setting someone or something apart from other people or things or being set apart"(Webster's). Although some people believe that there is little …show more content…
Today we live in a world were less of these actions are seen prevalent in society. Segregation is defined as, "the action or state of setting someone or something apart from other people or things or being set apart"(Webster's). Although some people believe that there is little equality, in reality equality has been achieved according to MLK's dream. This is evident due to changes in government, voices of the people and overall change in views of this matter. Segregation, racism, inequality were all common less than a hundred years ago. Today we live in a world were less of these actions are seen prevalent in society. Segregation is defined as, "the action or state of setting someone or something apart from other people or things or being set apart"(Webster's). Although some people believe that there is little equality, in reality equality has been achieved according to MLK's dream. This is evident due to changes in government, voices of the people and overall change in views of this

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