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Prejudice Since 1933

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Introduction

Position Paper Frank Meyer 2002-11-19 Over the time period of 1933-present prejudice has changed in many ways but is still in our daily lives. During the years people realised things that they did not know before hand which really changed the ways that people think about any form of prejudice. After the entire Civil rights movement that the United States went through many white people still dispised the Nigro culture, but at the same time many people accepted them. ...read more.

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Other people still believe that the Nigro culture is incorrect but they still accept the culture. On the other hand some of the Nigro culture still harvest deep emotional feelings against the Caucasian race but still live and work which them every day of there lives. These types of people could join groups, or mass meetings such as the Klu Klutz Klan to voice their negative opinions about the other. ...read more.

Conclusion

Even these forms of prejudice are being fought during the course of the more recent years. In conclusion, the views of prejudice are changing but they are still here, and we have to learn to control them so that no one gets hurt. The prejudice is getting less and less, so we have to be more careful when we speak to people that are different than us so that we don't say anything prejudice to them. ...read more.

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