Reducing Prejudice in Referance to the Holocaust
Despite tragic events such as the Holocaust, prejudice continues to exist throughout the world today. Although everyone has their right to freedom of speech according to the First Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, it should not be expressed in the dislike of someone or a group of people because of personal judgment. Prejudice is described as the process of prejudging something without having any real evidence to come to that conclusion. Its' name is pretty much self-explanatory yet a majority of people today still do not realize that they are in fact prejudice.
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- Latvia and Poland in the First and Second World War
- Reducing Prejudice in Referance to the Holocaust
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