Does the color of your skin really make a difference in how you are educated or how you are perceived once you are out of school? If an average black man or woman applied to a college to complete a degree in biochemistry, they are questioned about everything down to the color of their underwear. Has society changed since desegregation or has it just been masked? What does it take to get the entire community to accept one another as an individual rather than the color I am in?
Until the Civil Rights Movement was passed in 19781, minorities could not apply for a college if all 10 available seats were already occupied with other minorities; often, they were turned away to look for other options or forget the thought all together. Minorities were "tokens" for pawning into colleges and employment.
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