Does affirmative action help or hurt those who have historically experienced discrimination? Some would say it condemns those it is trying to help to not gaining the skills to move up. Others say the wall – or the glass ceiling – is just too hard to break through for any kind of equality to be achieved. What do you think?
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From my point of view, it is true to say that it favors those or it helps those who suffer from discrimination in a negative way. For this reason, it is true to say that affirmative discrimination has helped many people and especially those who suffer from discrimination for the last few decades. Armed with all this information, it is true to say that it
is just too hard to break through for any kind of equality to be achieved. The main reason for this is
is because discrimination has rooted deeply in each part of the country and
many people have taken it as a role in many organizations and especially in
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Jun 24th, 2015
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