Affirmative action

The concept of Affirmative Action is one that has been developed in order to address the inequalities that exist within society, so that  all races and classes of people living within the United States can enjoy similar privileges at the workplace and in public places. Affirmative Action was a follow up to the Civil Rights Act that was formulated in response to the discrimination that was meted out to blacks, both in the workplace, at schools and in public places. The basic premise of Affirmative Action  is that everyone is equal and that all races and classes have equal access to the resources of the country. Therefore, Affirmative Action is a move by Government to affirm and confirm the principles set out in the Constitution of the United States, that every person is equal and has equal rights to choice and opportunity as enshrined in the First Amendment to the Constitution.
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