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Does this arguement support racism?

Does this arguement support racism? Topic: Solving the problem of racism
June 17, 2019 / By Isidore
Question: One of the common answers here is "why single out (insert race)? Try solving the problem for every race". Isn't that itself racism? Consider this scenario: aids is a disease that affects blacks mostly and is considered "a black man's disease". Because of this it is less of a priority. If you believe that a problem should be ignored for the sake of ignoring race you would have to support ignoring aids because it is a black man's disease. Isn't that the same as racism? It certainly has the same effect. Or let's say in this scenario: blacks live in nieghborhoods with high amounts of waste. But blacks are also poor. However most Americans are not. Shouldn't we just ignore that problem? did this question not post? Demonica:black people+poor+few in numbers=no one gives a ratass
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Fenton Fenton | 1 day ago
I would like to know how did Aids become a Black man's disease, actually white males leads in male on male aids cases and supercede that of Black man and secondly the areas in which male percentages are higher, it not enough for anyone to consider it a Black male disease...Although Asians, Hispanics and Native Americans can say it is Black and White person disease...and unlike you I have provided the link and break down of Aids cases to support my stance. Which are the same stats that is verified and supplied by the CDC...
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Fenton Originally Answered: Does this arguement support racism?
I would like to know how did Aids become a Black man's disease, actually white males leads in male on male aids cases and supercede that of Black man and secondly the areas in which male percentages are higher, it not enough for anyone to consider it a Black male disease...Although Asians, Hispanics and Native Americans can say it is Black and White person disease...and unlike you I have provided the link and break down of Aids cases to support my stance. Which are the same stats that is verified and supplied by the CDC...

Cyrus Cyrus
Did you just say that most Americans aren't poor? Wrong....Most Americans ARE poor. Are you claiming that attention isn't paid to so-called "black" diseases? Who says that attention is being paid to "other" diseases?
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Audley Audley
Racism is always ignorance. No matter what the source. Added to Ignorance laziness and an inability to communicate ideas cohesively, and the problem grows. There is no way to serve up racism so that it digestibleble.
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Vicki Vicki
I thought Aids was considered the "gay disease" and sickle cell anemia was the "black disease" .... just sayin. Im having trouble understanding what you are asking ? please elaborate . Edit : Nobody gives a ratsass about anyone nowadays , regardless of color, wealth, or numbers .
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Vicki Originally Answered: Writing an outline for my arguement essay?
STEP 4. MAKE A TENTATIVE OUTLINE All points must relate to the same major topic that you first mentioned in your capital Roman numeral. Example of an outline: I. INTRODUCTION - (Brief comment leading into subject matter - Thesis statement on Shakespeare) II. BODY - Shakespeare's Early Life, Marriage, Works, Later Years A. Early life in Stratford 1. Shakespeare's family a. Shakespeare's father b. Shakespeare's mother 2. Shakespeare's marriage a. Life of Anne Hathaway b. Reference in Shakespeare's Poems B. Shakespeare's works 1. Plays a. Tragedies i. Hamlet ii. Romeo and Juliet b. Comedies i. The Tempest ii. Much Ado About Nothing c. Histories i. King John ii. Richard III iii. Henry VIII 2. Sonnets 3. Other poems C. Shakespeare's Later Years 1. Last two plays 2. Retired to Stratford a. Death b. Burial i. Epitaph on his tombstone III. CONCLUSION A. Analytical summary 1. Shakespeare's early life 2. Shakespeare's works 3. Shakespeare's later years B. Thesis reworded C. Concluding statement

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