Minorities to this day are being treated unfairly simply because of whom they are or who they associate with. There is still unequal justice in the United States of America, a country where there should be “equal justice” for everyone.
Muslim-Americans are being racially identified as “terrorists” or “threats,” Mexican-Americans as “wetbacks” or “job stealers,” African-Americans as “criminals” or “gang members.” It is as if this country will never end its racial problems.
How can we as a country be promoting equal justice for all, when racial bias is considered to be OK by many? It appears racism will be a never-ending cycle. How can we as a diverse nation help end it?
Rosio Sandoval, Kerman