The debate "If the topic is equality than why is the topic mostly race. We are equal right. So stop bullshizl" was started by
July 6, 2016, 6:14 am.
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debatabillity posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
debatabillity, Daffa8799, Soles, nellie11iah and 8 visitors agree.
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i ll give you my plan tommorrow
you said what you plan on NOT doing. what do you plan on actually doing to promote equality?
by not talking about "races"
so start. how do you plan on going about this?
i guess instead of talking about blacks whites hispanics or asians, we should talk or discuss about welfare of all people so that equality can start right away from this app
and no one does that to black people in all white neighborhoods? noticing someone who is out of place isn't racism.
Minorities discriminate against the majority more often than the majority discriminates the minority. I drove through the projects, and everybody literally stared at me and stopped everything they did because I was white. It was pretty bad.
are you blaming them for not having a job when it was proven that as soon as employers see are black name on a resume they are much less likely to call the applicant back?
how about the inadequate education in many poor (and often black) neighborhoods?
finally someone with a valid reply.
I believe in the motto, "when life labels you it's how you see the label" A (example) black person as my neighbour can get a nicer car as me (paid by spared "welfare") than me a working white person as me even when you quote working than the government is still racist right?. I bet you're gonna say "what?", because than it's "racist" right?.
just because the law says everyone is equal does not make it so. If society doesn't treat minorities as equal, then they aren't equals.
it is very difficult to prove that someone is discriminating against you based on race. unless they happen to say I'm discriminating against you because you're black. so while government mandated racism is gone, that doesn't mean minorities don't face discrimination.