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Men and women in history had one major common goal – seeing a pacified world. The world that is not divided along the ethnic lines. The world that is not divided in the supernatural powers that one believes in; in the name of religion. They fought against racism; people segregating others because they come from here or there, they fought against sexual exclusion; someone being hated for who they love. They clamored for the rights of the minority. All these revolutionists had one question; we are all people on transit. This world is not our place. Why then should we be deeply divided on the nonessentials of sex, race, color and religion? It is inarguable that we can all have our differences, respect them and still live as a one deeply pacified people – people who can tolerate each other. The sad truth is that as much as pacifiers try to do their noble role of bringing the world together, there are hell bound forces who try to create even deeper divisions in the already divided world. As Barack tries to tell the Hispanics to live freely with the Whites, there are Blacks somewhere trying to alter this. As He convinces the Blacks to coexist peacefully with whites, there are Hispanics who are determined to see that this does not work. Not only is this unfortunate, but it is also a vicious cycle that will not only tear down what we value most as a society; peace. This article will investigate the current racial relations in the United States, the harm that it is causing to our society and the impact to the future generations.

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