Essay On Nigger

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This is article is about the use of a special and sensitive word Nigger. Because of special history, there are always contradictions between white people and black people. Long long ago, black people were caught by the white people in Africa and translated to America. They were regarded as goods, called slaves, also niggers. As far as I am concerned, I definitely disagree with this evil slave trade. During hundreds of years, black people had suffered such an amazing encounter, what they need is the kindness from all the people. We should treat black people fairly; begin with stopping use the word nigger. As a student in the 21th century, I am strongly against the slavery system. Slave trade which began at the middle of the 15th century …show more content…
This famous opinion comes from U. S. federal constitution. Hundreds years ago, the white people had done such an atrocity to the poor black people, which you white people never could make up completely. However, you could make up step by step, begin with stopping use the word “nigger”. Indeed, few black people do harm to society sometimes, just because they grown up in a bad environment. White people used to be totally robber in the history. Then they know that was wrong and become kind from generation to generation. In this case, you can never require black people to become very kind in such a terrible environment in which white people crowd out and discriminate black people. It is unfair. However, despite of growing up in a terrible environment, many black people become famous by their own endeavor,such as basketball star Kobe Bryant and LeBron James and the first black president Barack Obama, all of them used to have a miserable childhood. The constantly fight between the white people and black people does not help anything, only does harm to the development of the whole American. In addition, deal with the trouble which caused by black people do take American government lots of money. Nothing could be better if change these expenditure to lots of fiscal revenue. In other words, cooperation benefits both of white people and black people while division harms them. I believe, if everyone takes their own responsibility consciously, the world do become better in few

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