Discrimination paper

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Falsely Accused With Out an Apology Why is it that people in their teenage years are constantly thought to be up to no good? Throughout my life I have constantly been discriminated against because of my age. This is caused by stereotypes that say teenagers never have good intentions and they care about no one but themselves. Personally I am the opposite of these stereotypes (I am respectful and generally stay away from trouble) although despite my efforts I am treated otherwise. I thought my summer going into college would be different than before. I was older and out of high school so I figured I had grown up enough for people to treat me as an adult. I was wrong because all I had done was stepped into another “group”, which also had its stereotypes. I had become a young adult who stayed out late, partied all the time and did drugs, which once again wasn’t me. I was in a situation where I was discriminated against because of these things one night in Quincy. One night I left my house at around 10:30 pm to pick up one of my friends who lived on the other side of the city.
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