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week 5 secondary:“It was around …

“It was around this time that I started thinking about how skin color defined class. The cowboy movies that fueled the goodness of ‘White’ reinforced attaching ‘darkness’ to a class. I finally took notice that the crayon color called ‘flesh’ did not match mine.”
― Luis Quiros, An Other’s Mind

Every one should have the equal rights to the city. No one had the option to choose their skin color, race or sex. It’s not right to treat each group of people differently. The skin color only indicates where that person is originally from, and that’s all. I believe that everyone should have the equal opportunity yet the social environment is completely different from what I think.

Again, people can’t choose their skin color, everyone is born in different ways.

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