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Affirmative Action

             In regard in the year of 1961 John F Kennedy was one of the president who was fighting for Equal Employment opportunity meaning Equal in race, creed, color or national origin. The mission was to end discrimination in the U.S. of America. IF you wasn't white certain places you couldn't work, walk or go to school. .
             John F. Kennedy understood the likeliness of a black person of not flourishing that he made a speech of it which was: "The Negro baby born in America today, regardless of the section of the nation in which he is born, has about one-half as much chance of completing high school as a white baby born in the same place on the same day; one third as much chance of completing college; one third as much chance of becoming a professional man; twice as much chance of becoming unemployed; about one-seventh as much chance of earning $10,000 a year; a life expectancy which is seven years shorter; and the prospects of earning only half as much." This exact speech concluded that he understood the pain of being black and wanted a change.
             Although the tragedy of President John F. Kennedy being assassinated, the bill was still passed by the next president, Lyndon Baines Johnson. This president had considerable influence on the congress which made this bill passed. This bill, 1964 Civil Rights Act, made racial discrimination in public places. .
             Over 25 years or more, Affirmative Action in the Workplace, it became a big issue because during the years it didn't have too many jobs to go around. That's where the affirmative action comes in, in the discrimination and who is better than the other person. White men were scared of affirmative action because they were afraid of lose in their work place. Ever since the beginning of Affirmative Action between three decades many improvements in work places. Many of black men had access to many great jobs in different industrial areas.
             Reviewing the conclusion I definitely agree with the Affirmative Action, because we were all made to be equal and we are treated as different.

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