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Do you think are ethnic issues will be the great challenge of 21st century?

  1. icv profile image54
    icvposted 2 years ago

    Do you think are ethnic issues will be the great challenge of 21st century?

    Why everywhere problems related to ethnicity arising? Is there any cure?

  2. bradmasterOCcal profile image30
    bradmasterOCcalposted 2 years ago

    The so called problems with Ethnicity have been morphed and fabricated from any real problem.

    Electing a Black president isn't enough for the minorities. The immigrants from Europe last century had no real help from the US government. They had to make their own way into the country, where they were thrown into what we call today Ghettos. They had no rights, and they had no support, yet they believed in the Freedoms of America and they fought to become part of it.

    Blacks have been here for over 400 years, and they still haven't become part of America. They have been emancipated for over 150 years, and for the last 100 years they have been given preferential treatment by the government.

    Yet, they still want to be called First as Africans, and Second as Americans. Until they want to be called simply Americans, they have created their own problems How can people put American second to their heritage, and expect Equality.

    Asian were brought into the US in the 1800s as slave labor to work on building the railroads, yet they have done a better job of making American their country of choice.

    As long as foreigners come to America wanting it to be same culture as their country, they won't be equal in America.

    1. icv profile image54
      icvposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      Thank you bradmasterOCcal  for sharing your view. Your words is more specific to US. I think it is a global level problem. Every where such social burdens are happening. I think education could do better things..

  3. tamarawilhite profile image92
    tamarawilhiteposted 2 years ago

    The groups who think fairness today means penalizing the grandchildren and great grandchildren of those Martin Luther King said to be equals with for the sins of their ancestors, by putting them on the bottom of the social ladder, as if inverting the social pyramid of 70 years ago is somehow fair.

    1. icv profile image54
      icvposted 2 years agoin reply to this

      I would like to say that, We must believe in humanity rather than any signs or symbols

 
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