Yes, discrimination against minority groups is very common and a major problem
No, discrimination against minority races isn't a major issue because it's not very common
is it a common problem... yes, thus a common problem is major due to commonality and thus yes it is major.
Its extremely common. I love when white people are all "well ive never seen it". Thats because youre white and you dont experience. Yeah well i suppose its not that much. Just if your non whitevyour more likley to be sentenced to death than a white person for the same crime, more likley to get arrested on drug charges than a white person even though whites use more, less likley to be hired for a job if you have a name not thought of as traditionally whote even if you have an identical resume, etc. Not to mention every day hate you would experience. Live in the deep south and its even worse than the above.
Yes. It is a huge problem. The US is famous for being racist, and for trying to craft a superior race through eugenics. Basically, everything has an aptitude test, and people will be hired or fired based on alleged defined aptitudes. That goes from college to work, to church. While it is unlikely that anyone would state in print that it is a problem, you will not be able to avoid but noticing it if you were to spend some time in living and working in the US.
<---- SJW morons.
Not a huge issue, but it is a issue that needs to be fixed. Its not 1842 anymore...
Discrimination still exists today but the problem is shrinking. Younger people tend to be a lot less racist due to improved education over the years. It's becoming much less of a problem and isn't that big.
Considering their are now a plethora of anti-discrimination laws and that no minority group can be segregated or denied access to a good, service, or career, I would not consider it a major problem.
(@Patchouli That is a fairly immature response.) The problem isn't necessarily racial discrimination in itself but how people view racial discrimination, using the "Us vs Them" mentality.