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Integration? Segregation?

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"He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life." - Muhammad Ali

asked Jan 7 in Politics by king313 (506,070 points)

3 Answers

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An excellent example of why you should never trust the government or depend on them for anything.

answered Jan 7 by Jillopo (246,460 points)
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It's accurate. I learned about that from the humanities and sociology courses that I've taken through the years. I was also taught that subidized housing and welfare has developed into a way to keep people within that low socio/economic status.

Around 2050, minorities will finally be the majority and hopefully we will begin to see fairness with how all people are treated.

answered Jan 7 by Pookie (69,110 points)

Yep, they are on the plantation and either don't know it or don't care.


Uh, no, they are stuck there. It's very hard to pick up and move when you have lived in one city your whole life and when you have just enough to survive but not get ahead- when getting a job or better job means a decrease in income that would put you on the street. Most are well aware of that.

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.....fornication

answered Jan 8 by nameacarl (82,460 points)
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