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Discrimination in Huck Finn

Summary: A major problem facing our society today is discrimination and this essay discusses the presence of discrimination in Mark Twain's novel "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn."
Currently many events and problems of the past that still exist and are very much alive in our world today. One significant problem facing our generation is racism, dating back to the time of slavery. Most people say racism is not an issue anymore, but those people are not the ones being discriminated against. They do not hear racist marks towards them or their peers.

Adolescents and some adults today do not think twice about discriminating based on color. Until high school, many people never have interaction with other people of a different race. Being in downtown Grand Rapids with friends and watching them stare at people who are a different color than they are, makes them look like they have never seen anyone of a different race before. We are all humans, so why does it seem like we have to hate each other because...

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