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Unformatted text preview: about transforming here and now. I imagine it would be quite difficult to be a part of such a hateful group as Derek did and tell them you changed your mind. In my perspective I could see a member of the KKK resigning from his group, his friends, and insults them by doing so. For example, in the movie Derek turned his back on one of his white supremacist buddies in jail and got punished for it in the showers. In order to shed my racism I would first try to move. I would want to be in a place where people did not know me. If this were not possible I think I would have a very hard time living my life. If I had nasty tattoos such as Derek did I would pay a tattoo artist to destroy my tattoos, big black squares, whatever. Lastly, I would try to be involved with members of other races whether it be being friendly to a co-worker or getting to know someone as a friend....
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- Fall '08
- Ethics , White people, Claire Uhl PHI, Professor Reed Harwood