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Racial bitterness. I wonder if the black vs white problem will ever be solved? I think Probably bot. It will never be resolved unless both sides can put it's the history behind them and start anew as equal neighbors, but is there always an extremist fringe on both sides that fester and fume and divide. They, on each side, include people that have a some public standing that allows them to  aggravate this sensitive division of races. These racist twiddles continue 
deplorable racism in our society.

In no particular order the aggravating group includes: 

Rev. Jesse Jackson / Rev. Al Sharpton / Rev. Jeremiah Wright / Barack Obama Former President / Eric Holder Former Atty. General / Congresswoman Maxine Waters / Congressman John Lewis / Danny Glover Actor / Eddie Murphy Actor

All of these people have been active for years trying to convince blacks they are inferior to whites. They have do their best to perpetuate the idea that blacks have always been victims in society, and the idea is being promoted and carried forward by ultra liberal, left leaning, socialist educators and politicians since 1865 and before. They ignore that the Civil War marked a huge step forward in the social and economic movement to help blacks people rise in society. The fact that there has been a steady improvement of opportunities, a steady rise class, improvement of living conditions, and a huge improvement of black education, they simply forget and rarely mention. 

We must continue to recognize that a tiny germ of truth remains in the fact that discrimination of blacks is still around. There are ignorant white folks that still believe blacks can not learn, can not excel at anything, and can not improve their status. The attitude stems from the ancient history of subjagated black societies. In America many generations have passed by since the 1865 Civil War when so many whites looked on blacks as lesser people. Political pressure, Christianity and a dominant white society did very little to level the playing field between the races.  

In early America most whites came from Europe and Russia. At that time in history white people dominated most of the world by forcing blacks and other minorities to submit to their power.  This was done in order to enrich the lives of the white population. 

In America, blacks and other minorities experienced a big change after the American Civil War. 

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