together, all of the whites sat at another area,and then the Asians sat at another place. She did not understand it and I did not know how to reply to it. I have been thinking of
that since then and it breaks my heart. I don’t know if it is because of comfort or because of coincidence. I do know that it should change though. All ethnicities shouldbe mixed up not divided. That is something that still needs work on, but America has also come a long way since the Sixties. America has been through a lot over the past 58 years. Equality has improved and it is not as segregated as before. In the 1900’s there were classified objects and units based on your skin. Today, that does not exist and it is more peaceful. The difference is how people still choose their own color over others. The quote from Dorothy Vaughan signifies how she may be legally free she is not legally equal. In this essay it discussed the movie Hidden Figures and how it showed how African Americans may be considered free but they were not equal in
any means. It showed the viewer what it waslike to live in the 1960’s as a colored person with the hardships that one must face. It alsoindicated how life has changed since then allaround.
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