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News & Racism
Transcript of News & Racism
Have We Really Reached the Dream
No one can do everything, but everyone can do something
Why do we have racism?
Martin Luther King
Martin Luther King had a dream to end racism. Some would argue that we have reached this goal, but most people of color will contest otherwise. Racism today deals with the misrepresentation of these groups instead of prejudice and segregation. We have made great progress since Martin Luther's time, but we still have a long way to go.
Monday, February 17, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
News & Racism
What You Can Do
The problem of racism, along with many other “isms” cant be abolished over night. It is an ongoing struggle that all of us, as a society, continually need to be aware of each and every day. It is up to us as individuals to take action, come together, and stand up against discrimination. Only together can we make the change.
Education and Prevention
By: Haley Gaede, Brianna Lounsbury, Natalie Agliato, Lauren Droulliard, & Kristi Ruvina
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