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Every day I walk through the Boulder campus, I witness many cultures, religions, and ethnicities interacting and coexisting together. Often I notice that despite their differences, people of complete opposite backgrounds can communicate and discuss such things as religion completely problem free. Other times I notice cultural boundaries and racial differences prove to great a problem to allow people to communicate effectively. Outside of the University Memorial Center I observed a white-Caucasian male interacting with a male of Indian ethnicity. The white male was speaking on behalf of the Catholic Church and held a sign with the words “JESUS SAVES” across it in large blue letters. Both seemed to be deeply engaged in the conversation, both contributing to it with intuitive questions and good listening skills. The white male wore a cross, displayed proudly over his shirt and repeatedly grabbed it as if to emphasize his strong beliefs. The Indian male mostly listened, occasionally interjecting with a brief question or comment. The Indian male seemed to be interested in what the white male had to say. The conversation continued for 10 minutes until the Indian male pulled out his phone and politely excused himself from the conversation. The white male waved goodbye and continued his “preaching” in the UMC square. In this observation both parties expressed a great interest in what the other had to
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