Once to the hospital people and twice to the police. No address. No Name.” (Paragraph 3) The Mexicans as part of their illegal status could trust no one with their real identity. Miran questions why she is so concerned “why it mattered, the hours and hours, for somebody she didn’t even know”. (Paragraph 4) At this particular point in the story the reader realizes that if Miran is not there and does not care who would.
Although Jay-Z is a hip hop artist, he did not perform at the barbeque. The writer of the article also didn’t take into account that people of other races attended the event also. To come out and classify Obama’s cookout as a “Hip Hop BBQ” is straight out racist. These comments and others made by the people that work at Fox News should not be tolerated. Although the second amendment protects these people, it is wrong to use their freedom of speech to bash another race on the media.
United States society has no room for any guidelines that could be used to discriminate against another human being. Race is an outdated term that has no future in United States society. I can understand the assumed importance of ethnicity in United States society, where individual's who choose their own ethnic groups can feel unified with others of like mind, background, or traits; I however do not feel like it is in America's best interest to promote these concepts. American's should stand together as one people, we are the American
Illegal aliens shouldn’t be rewarded with legal status and other benefits. Most Americans don’t want immigrants in their country because they take the jobs away form them. American citizens have different Pros and Cons about immigration topic like Amnesty, Deportation, Mexican Border Fence, Driver Licenses for illegal aliens. Most all of the states don’t allow immigrants to get a drivers license with the right paper work. This does not keep illegal aliens from driving, even though they work low salaries, can’t afford an insurance and they often have trouble the road signs in english.
The initial visit was of considerable concern given the sexual harm allegations and the lack of any school registration or day care activity. Victoria was registered at Tottenham Child & Family Centre (itself located 100 yards from Kuoao’s partner’s flat) yet her subsequent absence from the centre prompted no action. The second social worker visit similarly did not engage with Victoria directly as she was “all but ignored during this visit” despite her outburst. The repeated allegations of sexual harm appear to have been ignored or not referred to a more specialist agency or the police. The number of social services involved may have contributed more to confusion rather than clarity with Ealing, Haringey, Brent and Enfield having varying degrees of involvement.
Modern Challenges in Immigration The United States government should not favor any kind of immigrants. America is mostly made up of immigrants from all kinds of nations. It's not fair to only allow certain people and turn away others, because that doesn’t define America. I feel that the United States government needs to take a look at all applicants and decide fairly on, who should be granted citizenship and who should not. And that should not be based on race, religion or even who appears to be the best.
All over the south racism was still going on. But this time it was going on illegally. There were riots in the north in places like Chicago, Detroit and New York. The white race had been angered at the ‘preferential treatment afforded to African Americans.’ Although there were riots against the well being for black people there were other groups who protested for black people. The Double V campaigned for hypocrisy of the discrimination in America and the segregated lines.
It is derived from misunderstanding and miscommunication. Latin Americans should not have to accept assimilation into American society, nor should Americans try to force it upon them. To solve the disagreements and weed out discrimination, the two cultures must become interdependent (Beebe, Beebe, & Redmond, 2011, p. 217) and learn to not only exist harmoniously, but to depend upon each other. While many of the prejudices that once existed towards Latin Americans have been eradicated from our society, there remains the conflict of racism and of hesitation to allow citizenship to those who would come here searching for their own “American dream.” As it was stated earlier, the United States declared their own independence under the precedence that all of mankind was inclined to the same unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. For those of us who belong to the American culture, it is our responsibility to uphold this belief and make room for those who seek the same opportunities as
Spartacus.com states, “The 1964 Civil Rights Act made racial discrimination in public places, such as theaters, restaurants and hotels, illegal. It also required employers to provide equal employment opportunities. Projects involving federal funds could now be cut off if there was evidence of discriminated based on [color], race or national origin.” But the states like Mississippi ignored