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It was a hot summer day a friend and I were driving through downtown Rochester My friend is very smart and sometimes outspoken however on the other hand I like to listen and wait until something offends me to speak Then all of the sudden my friend yells hey look an accident Of coarse the natural thing to do is to drive by and see what happened It looked to me if a young lady and middle aged man were both some what confessed on what just happened Then my outspoken friend says to me I bet you it was that dumb Asian girls fault My friend makes it apparent that although we live in a society filled with many different cultures and races we are not moving towards a melting pot situation we as individuals are often defined by our culture The only way to brake stereotyping is to make your own individual decision therefore becoming more true to ones self Since the beginning of our lives parents have somehow brainwashed us into stereotyping individuals at first glance Whether it be deserved or undeserved each person is stereotyped whether they like or not Ones parents ideas or values are defiantly pushed upon he or she at a young age Someone once said to me if you are taught something seven times the brain will not forgot After these views are installed they will always be there in the back of ones mind of course the older one becomes the more he or she will make he or shes own decision Remember without even thinking he or shes mind will go over those morals that were brain washed into your mind When teenagers try to express themselves through clothing peers look down upon them At school when he or she sees a group of Somalias go by First instinct is to look the other way however it seems very childish that he or she would
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