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We should look at the differences of the world and try to learn from them All people have their good points and bad points We live in a world that is not all white all black or not even all yellow We live in a world where all races interact among themselves The university in the United States is where this is easily seen At the university we see people of all color and ethnicity from our neighborhoods and from around the world This is the place where we are hoped to be forged into begins that will be a contribution to the world that we live But to be a good contributor to the world we have to know who lives among us in the world and why we are different This is where the university plays an interracial part in shaping the future The university forms a miniature version of the world we live in Because the university represents the diverse world we live in the uniersitry gives the futures of the world a good base to learn to experience and take advantage of the strengths of the different races in their miniature world to help them to become better members of societyIn our neighborhood we live among many people Not all the people in our neighborhood are the same as you or I Down the block there is a black family and around the corner there might be an Indian couple living in the red brick house There might be a Korean family that just moved into neighborhood But do we know them do we know how they live or what their impressions of the neighborhood are that we share Most likely we have only seen them in the morning when we are getting into our cars to go to work or seen then as they were walking back to their homes from the T stop We probably do not know if
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