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Solutions to Segregation

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Abi Despoy

on 7 January 2016

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Transcript of Solutions to Segregation

Solution 2
The community also attempted to step in and solve this issue by forming groups to fight for equality and justice for people of color. One of the groups that was formed was the N.A.A.C.P which stands for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.

Solution 3
Communities far and wide began to demand changes in the social injustices that were occurring to people due to the color of their skin.
Solution 1
The government stepped in attempting to try to regulate this situation. They did this by creating separate, but supposedly equal facilities for both blacks and whites. This solution however didn't work, as it only made the issue worse for blacks because their facilities were always inferior to the whites resulting in more oppression for people of color.

Throughout history, social injustice and segregation have been a major issue impacting society as a whole worldwide. Racism, or the belief that one man is better than another for any reason, has been a major cause of segregation. Often, segregation and social injustice can be seen in both communities and government. No matter how a government tries to regulate social inequalities, it still comes down to the ability to change societal beliefs before any real change can occur.
Solutions to Social injustice and Segregation
Figure 1 "Racial Injustices." A History of Racial Injustice.
Figure 2 “Segregated Water Fountains.“ Erwitt, Elliot
Figure 3 " N.A.A.C.P badge." J. , David.
In order to prevent future segregation we must teach future generations social acceptance from the very beginning. This can be done by teaching them that just because somebody is of a different race doesn't mean you are better than them or they are better than you where as all men are created equal.
Figure 4 "Children of Different Races."
New Hampshire: The Shire Looks at the World.
Works Cited
Erwitt, Elliot. “Segregated Water Fountains."Photograph. n.d.
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"Children of Different Races."Photograph. n.d.
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Web. 1 Nov. 2014.
Chini, S. & Gutierrez, A. "Racial Discrimination."
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J. , David." N.A.A.C.P badge." Photograph. n.d. A Brief
History Of: The NAACP.
Web. 2 Nov. 2014.
"Racial Injustices." Photograph. n.d.
A History of Racial Injustice
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