Communication 10 Essay Exam #4 fix

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Comm 10 Essay Exam No.4 COMM 10 (1159) 2:45-4:50pm Tsui, Tsz Kin Martin (Martin) “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character .” Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. / Aug 28, 1963 Q: In your opinion, has the “the dream” of a colorblind society – where people are judged by who they are , not by how they look or the color of their skin – come true? Why? Why not? How does this affect race relations? Do we all get along, or could Los Angeles or other parts of the nation be plagued by race-based riots or other race-related violence/unrest in the future? Why? Why not? Thesis Statement: In my opinion, the “the dream” of a colorblind society has not exactly come true yet. However, I do think that the situation nowadays is getting close to “the dream” because Los Angeles and other parts of the nation is becoming more “globalized” which means that the society is getting more people from different countries. In other words, Americans may know and learn more about other cultures, and from that, the conflict between races may decrease in number. In addition, the situation now seems that the discrimination between races and that race-related violence is becoming smaller, so I don’t see Los Angeles or other places in the U.S. being plagued by race-based riots or unrest in the future. For most of the time, I do think that people here, in Los Angeles at least, falls into
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