Most Recent Articles About Discrimination

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Keep Your Coins, Women Want Change
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“Keep your coins, women want change!” Poverty and inequality are widespread, global issues that we’ve all heard about. The homelessness, inequality, and the countless women being treated unfairly, shockingly are all... (more »)
Words of War
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So a lot of people may think...I know what you're gonna say "Yeah I've heard it all before" But I don't think so.how do you feel about segregation.you hate it right?I know I did when it was actually legalized and... (more »)
The Controversy of Equality
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Way back in 1776, our founding fathers signed the constitution, establishing a free country where “all men are created equal.” But now we ask ourselves: what about women? At that time, women and girls were expected to be at home,... (more »)
Political and Religious Views Should Never...
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And here’s why, a breakdown of how political and religious views, an important part of the conflicts of everyday life, is actually hindering our chances of creating lifelong friendships. Every day when I check my phone and social media,... (more »)
Immigrants: The Struggles They Face
By , Malakoff, TX
Nowadays, it seems to me that immigrants are facing more discrimination than ever. That’s all I hear on the news. It should not be that way. Immigrants are being told, “Go back to where you belong!” That is not beneficial to... (more »)
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Racial Profiling This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Imagine that you have just been pulled over by a police officer on Route 522 for “speeding.” This has never happened before. Later that day, you find yourself in the American Eagle looking to buy a sweater. As you enter the store you feel a... (more »)
The LGBT Community Deserve Rights
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 The LGBT community have been discriminated for being dissimilar for years now, it is unfair because they are human too, they deserve rights, there are many situations that can change this from happening. The LGBT have had and still have... (more »)
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Depression in the Teen Mind
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The average teenager can be understandably moody. What if these episodes are more than what’s on the surface? The National Institutes of Mental Health “estimates that 8 percent of adolescents and 2 percent of children...have... (more »)
How You Can Fight for the Rights of People with... This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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How You Can Fight for the Rights of People with Disabilities When You Don’t Have a Disability… and Aren’t an Adult I’m a hearing person who signs ASL. I love being able to help out with interpreting or translating, but I can’t... (more »)
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Being Bullied for Your Sexuality
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Have you ever been bullied? What has it been about, your age, size, or hobbies even? Well there are people bullied for everything, one of the worst being sexuality. I have experienced a lot of bullying and I know how it feels, but some of the... (more »)
Dealing with Toxic People
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Toxic people are and have been around us for all of our lives, yet we still have difficulty dealing with such a serious matter. We let these toxic individuals control our every move with their tight grip around our throats. We allow the... (more »)
So Next Time
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In every person there is a little bit of a writer. Someone that wishes to express their inner self in words, but aren’t able to put it down on paper in the way others put things. As someone who writes quite a bit there are some days that... (more »)
September 11 for a Muslim American This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Misconceptions and stereotypes are dangerous to a society’s well-being. Ignorance and a lack of knowledge has led to hatred and division when we should be striving for love and unity. As a Muslim American, I am lucky that I have not faced... (more »)
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Battle Cry of the Unjustly Accused This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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My parents thought I was at theater practice, which is where I should have been. Instead, I went to pick up my boyfriend, Clarence, from his school in a neighboring city. He’s intelligent, tall, African American, a football player, and... (more »)
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The Last Bite of Your Plate!
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A crowded temple, chaos everywhere, I was somewhere in between hundreds of people. As it is known, a temple has no category, open for all, either rich or poor, a third group of people was also present there, the one we cannot call even poor.... (more »)
Affirmative Action Is Racist
By , Farmington, CT
Affirmative action does nothing to prevent racism, on the contrary, it increases it. By implementing affirmative action, you are doubting the abilities of minorities such as blacks and latinos. In the modern era we live in, they have the same... (more »)
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