The Struggle Of Minorities On African Americans And Then Deportation Of Immigrants

1625 Words Dec 4th, 2015 7 Pages
In 2015, the world was overloaded with terrorist attacks and acts by the authorities that were considered cruel and racist. Attacks on African Americans and then deportation of immigrants raises the question to me is America still as narrow-minded of minorities to disrespect them and think so lowly of them. The struggle of minorities to succeed in this world has always been a difficult one. Education and search for higher education have been a struggle for minorities for a long period of time. Behind this, struggles minority group united to seek their place in the equality for a higher form of education. Discrimination, segregation, and inequality in education has been a shameful manner used throughout the 1950’s and later to control minorities. Yet minorities have continued to fight and boycotting. No one such person should live under such conditions at any point in time.
Segregation is a noun defined as “the act or practice of segregating; a setting apart or separation of people or things from others or from the main body or group”(Segregation). Many African Americans and Mexican Americans suffered under this act or practice not only through transportation but also through education. Such was the case of the very famous little rock nine. Nine African American students were to take part of the integration into an all-American high school. On their first day, they were yelled at and disrespected by the other fellow American students. The acts of violence against them got…

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