The Civil Rights Act Of The United States Essay

1077 Words May 28th, 2016 5 Pages
The United States has come a long way as far as racism goes. Since the Civil Rights Act was established in 1964 things have dramatically changed, but there are somethings that has remained the same. There are thousands of African-American, Hispanics, and Muslims who face oppression in their everyday life. Struggling to find jobs, homes, schooling, and acceptance within a community. “I believe we are here on the planet Earth to live, grow up and do what we can to make this world a better place for all people to enjoy freedom.” Rosa wanted everyone to be treated the same, black or white. If everyone was treated the same, America would be a much better place. Freedom back then was so crucial. It was amazing just to be able to do whatever people wanted at any time of the day or night. Everyone has to and needs to do their part in changing and making this world a better, more comfortable place. Children that are being brought into this world need to be prepared to enter a world filled with hatred, mean, cruel and crazy people but there have also been loving, caring, respectful and they 're a people that treat others the way they want to be treated. We need to change America for the better and not just America, but the whole world. Racism often leads to injustice. When Rosa Parks was a young girl, she was limited to poor education because she was an African American. By the time she was an adult, she had had enough, and responded to segregation, she refused to give up her…

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