United States and Martin Luther King Essays

Submitted By DSmitty1
Words: 371
Pages: 2

Things will never change as the world goes round and round I had discovered that things will never change, meaning that no matter how different I am or how different each Africa American is from one another we still are labeled in the same category. One black makes a mistake it affects almost every other Africa American in the world. As an Africa American you are always being looked at and added to the black stereotypes. I don’t steal but every time I walk into 7/11 or any other cornerr store I am followed and watched closely by the store clerk. If I was to have own a Bentley or any other high priced car I would get followed or pulled over by two or more officers 9 out of 10 times every time a law officer is seen. I would be asked to step out of my car and police would search my car. I could of worked hard for the car but I get pulled over by local police because I am black driving a nice high priced car so I am suspected to be a drug dealer. You would think after all the people killed over trying to put a stop to racism no one would judge again. But I guess it would be impossible to look at another American citizen and not judge them on things such as what are he or she wearing and etc. Martin Luther king Jr was a wise man you 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 feel that still this day 11/28/2012 we still haven’t reached