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Anna Gomenyuk Fundamentals of Composition I 11/29/2009 Invisibility in Society In the world that we live in today, certain groups of people feel almost invisible to the society. They live in shadows. They are mistreated and looked down on all the time. People are too preoccupied with themselves and their own life that they may not stop to realize how much of an issue this really is. People with disabilities are just one example of invisibility in society. Studies show that roughly two thirds of all disabled people are unemployed and kept in poverty. They are constantly stared at, which makes them feel abnormal. In the comedy “Whoopi Goldberg Live”, Whoopi Goldberg points out that handicapped people feel unloved and wish they were normal. Immigrants are very invisible. They are disrespected and insulted. I am an immigrant myself, and know what it feels like. When I came here nine years ago, I did not know much English and was always made fun of by my classmates. My parents had trouble at work as well. Immigrants have a hard time fitting in and
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