The Melting Pot
This Book is written out of frustration and anger. This is the Twenty First Century and segregation and racism are still alive and being practiced and tolerated all across America. People of color are being treated with discrimination and injustice. They are being beaten and sometimes chased to their deaths for simple things. They are the target of the Police Officers. They are being shot down on the streets for no reason. The judicial system is not acting in a manner that treats each individual fairly regardless of race or color. Instead the men are thrown into jail until a trial date is set. Then they are tried and sent off to prison for a long time. When they are returned to society the better part of their youth is over. For the same offence the other skin color will receive a much lighter sentence. The time has come for a change in this diverse nation of America. Therefore, the American Congress should pass the law that anyone who practices and tolerates racism and discrimination should be punished. African Americans need to get themselves involved with other blacks from other countries of the world and stop being prejudiced against them. Black people originate from one land and there should not be prejudiced among them. It is time for black people to open their eyes to the legacy that has been laid down by their founding fathers and mothers and accept the challenge. Know what you want to be in life and work towards your goal. Never let anyone or racism get in the way of preventing you from being what you would like to be in life. Your future is in your hands.
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