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KATIE SPENCER Mike brown extra credit I was surprised while reading this that as the dean of a university, one of the highest positions you can achieve, she still faced racism. And not only did she face racism from the world around her, but her own faculty. I think unfortunately race is one of those things that no matter how hard we try to rid of it, it will always come into play. She talks about the black kids horsing around outside the library and how the police were called as if these boys were some sort of criminals harming the people around them. If that had been a group of white kids, I’m sure the situation would have been handled completely different. I truly believe that when it comes to race, society is only hurting itself with its stereotypes. By jumping to conclusions that all black people
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Unformatted text preview: are dumb and criminals and poor, etc., society is only denying that minority a chance to prove them wrong. By discriminating against African Americans and acting so inferior, it eliminates any chance to let them prove themselves and show that we really are all equal and they can do just the same if not better work than whites… however they aren’t given the opportunity. It makes me sad how she talks about her grandfather warning the little white boy about the acid yet he refused to listen. Unfortunately I feel like that example is representative of history; there’s been too many cases of minorities speaking up and white people refusing to listen. How long is it going to take until society makes a change for the better and really recognizes racial equality....
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