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o you ever find yourself wondering what is going in the community of other cultures, whether they going through the same thing that you going through or is it different? Well is a little information about my culture and my community that I live in. Majority of the members of my community look like me. The ways that member of my community look the same as me are that most members of my community are black, wear normal clothes and shoes, sometimes they wear weird clothes but I can say that I sometimes myself wear weird clothes as well and they also speak English. The ways that members of my community look different than me are that a few of the members are that, their skin color is darker than mine. Some members of this community is the same color as me and some are darker/lighter than me. All in all I can honestly say that most of my community is a preiodally black community. Leaders within my community treat people who are like me with respect, dignity, and compassion. Leaders of my community treat people who are different than me with the same respect, dignity and compassion as long as the members are legal immigrants or citizens of the United States, willing to work hard and earn a honest living to support their family. They are willing be a positive part of society, and not expect the government to hand them everything they need or want just because they maybe of a different race or ethnicity. Other member of my community, treat people who are like me with the same respect, dignity, and compassion as do the leaders of my community. If immigrants want to come over to the United States in hope of a better life I feel most United States citizens do not have a problem with the immigrants coming over here. The problems begins when the immigrants want to come over to our country and expect to be given everything they need and want when they need and want it without having to work for it or abide by the laws of our country or when they try to come in the country without a passport or coming in legal.
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