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In the city of United States, Los Angeles, a minister walked hand in hand with his seven years old daughter to an elementary school four blocks away from their home. The minister wanted to enroll his daughter Linda Brown in the second grade, but the school refused to admit her. Instead, public schools officials required her to attend another school two miles away. This meant that she had to walk six blocks every day to a bus stop, where she sometimes waited half an hour for the bus. In bad weather, Linda Brown would be soaking wet by the time the bus came; one day she became so cold at the bus stop that she walked back home. Why? She asked her parents, why could not she attend the school only four blocks away? The answer——– difficult for loving parents to give their child—— was Linda Brown’s introduction to the fact that her skin color made her second cla ss citizen in American society. Keeping in mind the above given case of Linda Brown, answer the following questions:

1. If a person of different race like Linda Brown is viewed as inferior, she is inevitably going to end up at the bottom of the social ladder. Do you think the same? Explain logically. (08)

 2. Why racial discrimination still exists and remains a matter of serious social concern? (07) 


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1. If a person of different race like Linda Brown is viewed as inferior, she is inevitably going to end up at the bottom of the social ladder. Do you think the same? Explain logically. (08) Solution: American society possesses a number of examples of achieved status. In America, it is culturally acceptable (if you have the necessary resources) to begin life at the low end of the social ladder and to work your way up, by means of achieving a proper education, making useful social connections, and getting promoted within your career. Achieved status is not a position that a person is born into, but rather, it is attained through effort; this includes becoming an Olympic athlete, a doctor, or even a criminal. Although this struggle from the low end of the social ladder to the upper has become ingrained in the idea of America (The American Dream), the actual occurrence of someone rising from lower class to higher class is extremely rare. 

2. Why racial discrimination still exists and remains a matter of serious social concern? (07)

Solution: 

Race discrimination involves treating someone (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because he/she is of a certain race or because of personal characteristics associated with race (such as hair texture, skin color, or certain facial features). Color discrimination involves treating someone unfavorably because of skin color complexion.

Race/color discrimination also can involve treating someone unfavorably because the person is married to (or associated with) a person of a certain race or color or because of a person’s connection with a race-based organization or group, or an organization or group that is generally associated with people of a certain color.

Discrimination can occur when the victim and the person who inflicted the discrimination are the same race or color.

 

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