If you go to the state of Georgia you will see a black person getting talked to like they are trash and you will most likely see a woman being treated differently from a man. Just because you don't see black people being treated like they are slaves, That does not mean that they are not being treated differently next time you go the store or anywhere else take a look around and you just might see why people think black, Asian, Chinese, And even white people being treated differently.
I still feel like I have to have the perfect smile, phasic, body language, and attitude so people can feel comfortable around me. People still judge me no matter what I do to try to rid the stereotypes. I can still see through all their fake smiles. It really sucks. I have noticed that it has actually gotten worse over the years because race issues are still relevant and haven't really gone away. I mainly get these weird behaviors from white people and asians but occasionally blacks too. Not really from hispanics, but they have done it before.. Even blacks treat me differently because "I'm not black enough". A lot of white people, but not all, only talk to me when they're forced to. Asians avoid me and only talk to me when it's beneficial. Hispanics are the nicest to me. I'm practicing to raise my emotional IQ, because it's really tough being a dark mixed American.
Whether or not it is in a hateful manner, Americans are judged by the color of their skin. It is easy to see because it is your skin color, so it is the first thing people see and notice. America is a melting pot of diversity. Color is one thing that makes us who we are, but it is not the most important thing.
Americans are absolutely judged by the color of their skin, especially in their own country. Unfortunately, racism is still alive and well in today's world. Americans from around the country have to deal with racism in one form or another in their daily lives. Unfortunately, this trend won't reverse any time soon.
Yes I think that Americans are judged by the color of their skin, I think it is nowhere near as common as it once was but that does not mean it is not something that still happens everyday somewhere. It is something that still needs to be taken into consideration.
No, I do not think Americans are judged by the color of their skin, because Americans are far more inclusive than any other nation on earth. For the most part, a hiring partner is going to hire the best person for the job. Americans are kinder than any other nation. For the most part, we judge people by their character and not the color of their skin.
Unfortunately, yes, I do feel in our country, there are a lot of people out there who tend to judge others by the color of their skin. Bottom line is, there are a lot of racists out there, who do not give the person a chance, and judge the book by its cover.