These women are not even the opportunity to strive because they are being held

These women are not even the opportunity to strive

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again to represent their company creating a social inequality. These women are not even the opportunity to strive because they are being held back by discrimination. Or these women are limited on what they may achieve within the company, withholding them from moving up in position or being recognized. One solution that was talked about was building the economic relationships, change public discourses, in becoming participants rather than consumers of something. To increase the human needs by local resources (Bailey, 2013). In comparison to one historical solution that was brought from the past in a way to solve social inequality was Brown v. Board of Education. In 1954, The Supreme Courts ruled that racial segregation of children in public schools was unconstitutional. The saying “separate but equal educational” and the facilities are inherently unequal. At issue was When the law states that one race, pertaining to the minority race, must be separate from the majority race, then it makes a de facto statement of that minority race being 1
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inferior or unworthy of association (Robinson, 2004). This was one historical solution to helping solve the problem of social inequalities that we have in America. If there were more cases that changed the law like this case did, I think we would be close to solving social inequalities. 2
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