Friday, September 9, 2011

Agree Action

The history of the growth of equality for African Americans in America has become one of the great success followed by small gains and set back too much. X0y0z restriction is not doing all the blacks equal to whites in America. It took many more legal action as well as hundreds of social efforts, large and small, slow to make progress we have seen today. But even in this day and age, in the new century, there is an ongoing fight against racism. Looks like we need leadership to guide people to real equality as much now as ever in our history.

Removing slavery just began a long and difficult struggle for African American culture to be an intrinsic part of what it means to be American. This is because even though the legal definition of slavery was thrown down, attitudes and cultural systems in place to keep the races apart and deny the rights of blacks equal to whites should be considered one by one.

Slowly over several decades, we have seen major changes, but many come with great costs. Law giving voting rights to African Americans for civil rights movement to desegregate schools, each step forward came in resistance, a significant hardship and sacrifice of leaders and ordinary citizens alike to make each step toward equality real facts.

Of all efforts, Äúlevel field, au, nothing is more controversial than favorable action program. Initially, he intended to be an addition to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Over time it became clear that despite the abolition of laws that are implemented segregation or discrimination, it seems there is a separation of nature at work to keep African Americans from getting a fair chance to work because employer prejudice, even if prejudice is not officially recognized in the charter of the company.

There are two significant executive orders made affirmative action a reality. The first Executive Order 10925 signed by President Kennedy on March 6, 1965 which is the first law states the sentence. This was followed by a more comprehensive Civil Rights Act, signed into law by President Johnson. Together these laws are trying to fix by law the opportunity gaps that exist in the workplace for people of color instituting a quota system that employers must meet to satisfy the federal level of minority compliant by acting job.

But more often occurs when governments try to enforce the right attitude by law, these laws are often made many problems for minorities as they heal. However, as the application of the quota system began to become widespread, it opened many doors for African Americans to not open because of racial prejudice and segregation that still retain the African American community to achieve economic potential.

Actually, nobody really wants this kind of justice system implemented. For whites, they felt the sting of an artificial system of judgments that are sometimes called, discrimination Äúreverse, au. While there are some white justice community acquired a taste for what it feels loose on occasion because of the color of your skin, it does not help the countries in our goal to grow together into one, Äúcolor blind, au community.

Agree action is a mixed blessing for the African American community. Meanwhile his work in the short term to open a door that closed because of racism, it is not an ideal solution. This is because it does not meet with Dr. King, AOS vision of a world where people are judged by not the color of their skin but by the content of his character. We can hope that we grow as a cultural point and looking back on affirmative action as an unfortunate but necessary provisions to help us grow and mature as a culture is really integrated.


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