We have a problem in this country that is of immense proportions and has existed for over 400 years when the only ethnic group of the many that have made America their home came involuntarily. Not only involuntarily but in chains as slaves who were considered property and less than human. Although we are still the greatest country in the world this heinous sin still plagues our country. Just as systemic racism against African Americans has always and still exists so does a black, white dichotomy. Which is defined as a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different. Which may be the best way of summing up the relationship in one sentence between people who have labeled themselves and each other as black or white.
Targeted Age Group: 18-75
Written by: Ed Hudson
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The author understands that the only way this problem can be solved is when we begin to see and treat each other as equals, where the color of our skin is no more relevant than the color of our hair, eyes, or the car we drive, and we assure African Americans receive the same rights. With our history this is virtually impossible if we continue to identify ourselves as a different color or race in particular black and white. Very simply because it creates the us and them mentality which creates division and leads to conflict.
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