Good news, separate but equal was found to be anything but and was made illegal over 60 years ago.
Parker O'Brien
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Actually it doesn’t. Even if the clause of separate but equal was found to be illegal, segregation is still alive and well today, just like mansplaining and sexism. That was my main point. Just because American policy tries to shove inequality under the rug by putting a big stamp of “EQUALITY” on it in policy, doesn’t mean the culture of inequality is gone. In fact, it just gives it more room to grow in the shadows. Feminism is the political struggle to end inequality in all its forms by acknowledging oppression and peoples cultural, economic, and racial differences. Good try though!

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