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It is very easy to imagine a world that does not involve race Humans would work together to make advances in medicine technology and education Asides from imagining hoping and dreaming the question comes to mind is it possible From the day that you learn that Columbus discovered a New World a cloud settles in over the rays of hope and imagination In the educational system you are molded to believe that white is right and everyone and everything not white is wrong Fortunately for some you begin to learn that that is the furthest thing from the truth Experience dictates who you are and how you think If you are raised under the impressions that appearing different equals being different and never experience anything that proves that notion wrong then the world could become a very easy place to exist If you are one of the fortunate individuals that realizes early that differences are what make the world exciting you may be in for some difficulties growing up The reason that I make these points is if you are narrow minded on the issue of race you would if you are white feel that what you do is the right way to do things You could be a horrible driver and get into an accident with a black person being narrow minded and white you would say that it was their fault and truly believe it even if you backed up into them Knowing that you have more money you may hire an expensive lawyer and try to win a lawsuit What happens when you lose you say that it was reverse discrimination and piss and moan for the rest of your life That would be the easy way out On the other hand if you have had the chance to see people for what they are and not what they appear to be life can prove to be difficult The best things
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