However, although discrimination is against the laws of the United States, discrimination will always exist socially regardless of laws, education, religious institutions, etc. The difference is freedom and mobility. Slavery, the Ku Klux Klan, White Supremacy, Nazi organizations, and many other hate groups discriminating against minorities were and are prevalent in sub-societies within United Although laws have been established, equal rights fought for, segregation forbidden, this continues to happen and is an unwritten code of …show more content…
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