Have you ever been the victim of any type of discrimination?

Poll choices

  • Juan Yendez - 4 years ago

    Cry me a river. Life has never been fair and it never will be, for anyone.

    Stop making excuses for your weaknesses, stay true to your culture and family, and work hard.

    Life is great.

  • rbemos - 4 years ago

    "You act so white." .....I love hearing that one (as a black man from other blacks).

    Is it because I speak proper English, or that I work towards my goals??

    That mentality holds down our (black) race, and it always will until something is done about it......

  • Anonymous - 4 years ago

    I don't allow anyone to have that kind of control over me. I'm very confident, you can call me any name you'd like; it has no affect on me.
    The old adage: "sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will do no harm"

  • CryBaby American - 4 years ago

    Boo hoo hoo... wahhhh...wahhhh... somebody called me a name! Wahhhh...somebody doesn't like me! Wahhhh...boo hoo hoo... you are all racyissssss!!!!

    Where is my safe space and my blanky ??? Wahhhhhhh...I need therapy !!!!

  • Joyce Baer - 4 years ago

    Blaming your failures on discrimination: the victim crutch

    Most of these people are late to work constantly, have poor job performance, were driving 15mph over the speed limit, or never studied, and have no ambition.

    It is time to stop blaming your race and using it as a crutch !!


  • WHY - 4 years ago

    Pretty much everyone encounters some form of discrimination in their life, so what's the point of the poll?
    YES for some it impacts their life significantly others just part of living with AHs...

  • George Thomas - 4 years ago

    Yep, every year!! Despite a history of no accidents and no claims my auto insurance goes up every year because of age.

  • Sandra Rodriguez - 4 years ago

    I was called a spic by the head of commercial real estate lending while working at Wilmington Trust in 1995. I went to HR and was told that "sometimes men call each other names in social settings". I knew then that I had to get out because HR didn't care about protecting its staff from blatant descrimination. After 20 yrs it still stings, especially since it happened the day after I was promoted to AVP.

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