Essay About Segregation In America

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I believe in an America with no segregation, no terrorism, each and every person is educated, and most importantly people have freedom. Veterans risk their lives for our freedom, and the chance of having the America I believe in. To this day there is still racial segregation because of the color of someone’s skin. Martin Luther King once said, “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.” I agree that each person in this world should not be treated differently because the color of their skin but by the way they treat other people. People should be treated equally, but you should treat the meanest people the …show more content…
People have to risk their lives every day due to terrorism for our freedom. Harriet Tubman is a woman who risks her lives for other people's lives. She may not have been attacked by terrorists, but she had to protect other slaves. Harriet Tubman risked her lives for her people's freedom. Today there are many terrorist groups. Men and women in the military must fight terrorists every day for our freedom. Terrorists kill thousands of people each year. An America that I believe in has no terrorism.

I believe in an America where each and every person is educated. Every 26 seconds a kid drops out of school. American graduate EDC said that every 26 seconds a kid drops out of school which means around 1.3 million kids drop school each year. America needs to make a law that kids have to get a high school diploma. There are around 16 million children in the America so 1.3 million kids drop out of 16 million Which is way too many kids. An American I believe in has every person educated.

In order for me to continue to have an America I believe in, we must have no segregation, no terrorism, and everyone is educated. Martin Luther King and Harriet Tubman were two of many people who risked their lives for other people's freedom. This is the America I believe