Since forever in America has consistently been the significance of discrimination. At the point when America considers racism, we, as a nation, consider slavery and that discrimination is never again an issue in America. In any case, this isn't the situation. Discrimination is as yet an issue in the present society since the finish of slavery America has been effective in turning into a fair nation between ethnicities. The change of racism in America has drastically, improved considering our history from the past. 'I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream today' (Luther King, 'I Have A Dream', 1968). America has evolved from that dark situation from our past.
But racism goes on in today's society through different ethnic groups such as the Hispanic/Arab community. They believe every person that has brown skin is automatically an immigrant and commence to insult them with racial slurs. Has America changed why are we judging people by the color of their skin if their legal or not when Martin Luther King stated to not judge a person by their skin color but their character? This problem is not fair for these individuals since we all have equal rights. In the present time, America has seen a lot of changes from having its first African American president and from the African American People being counted as 3/5 of a person.
Back in the days, the African American people remained slaves to the white people. This action wasn't a justifiable foundation to treat them like animals and to auction them. Now in the 21st century, we as a nation are more accepting of different ethnicities and religions. Once again we the people of America are making a huge mistake again today. When President Trump was asked about the Muslim people he responded “There's a sickness. They're sick people. There's a sickness going on. There's a group of people that is very sick”(Jenna Johnson, 'Trump's comments about Islam and Muslims', 2019). Meanwhile, During the 21st century, we as a people should progress through these situations we already saw the mistakes in the past. We should make the best effort to be neutral and not judge people for their religion, color, and ethnicities but by their actions. How can we progress when we're still doing the same mistakes as the past, still judging people by their religion and skin color. It's like we really haven't really figured out that by doing this will just be affecting our unity as a nation.
Discrimination between every Hispanic is troubling since they think that every brown person they see is an undocumented Mexican. This nation was built by immigrants in the past it isn't right for every citizen to think that every Hispanic is an immigrant, I feel we need to leave all the discrimination in the past and make this world the best it can be. Today the people of color have so much more right then in the past we should be grateful that we could sit anywhere on the bus thanks to activist Rosa Parks she fought for our civil rights to stop racial segregation. This civil rights movement allowed people of color to go to the same schools as white people.
America began to change during this movement giving everyone a fair chance at anything they wanted to do. We have learned as a nation to not follow the mistakes of the past in situations, it seems like we still need a reminder for everything that's happening today such as police discrimination, the president calling out Muslim people and the undocumented people of America. In the final analysis, today's 21st century is a better time to be in. Many more people have an opportunity to follow their dreams and go to the school of their choice. Where lucky to live in an era where people have already fought for our rights and we get the chance to live freely and express our amendments as equal members of society. Most people in the past didn’t have these chances we have today we don’t have racial segregated schools, transportation and racial segregated bathrooms. I feel America has changed in many positive ways thanks to our activist such as Rosa Parks, and Martin Luther King we would have had many chances of options as we do today if it wasn’t for them. They fought for equal rights for everyone now look where we stand as one nation that everyone counts as an equal person and also a nation that does not have slavery which is amazing we should forget about those ruthless times and be strong as one nation and we should never count anyone out as an outsider.
America has changed and it will continue to change there’s still many flaws in our country it will just take one person to speak up so we could address the problem and fix it but it’s wonder full each time we change america it become better for the nation we are still fighting some racism but the majority of it has disappeared from now on we should think about what will be the next thing that will change In America.