It's been brought up a ridiculous amount of times in YJCC that Blacks, Hispanics, and Asians get away with things whites couldn't - exclusive scholarships, colleges, months and weeks, organizations, et al. This is the place to discuss these things. To begin, I'll make a note of one thing. Seeking to end the often alluded to resegregation of our country by racial and ethnic interest groups is nieve and utopianistic at best. The fact is, America like much of the world has a history of racism that will not go away by blindfolding ourselves and pretending it's not there. Equality will not be reached by assuming everyone is already equal because 'my generation didn't do anything'. If anything these notions our counterproductive. This shortsighted side can be represented by wanting absolute, immediate equality, i.e. A=A. But realistically, each side will have to gain and lose a little to gain more of an equilibrium that this. Respectively, this can be represented by something to the order of "2x+3=3x+1". Discuss.