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In my eight grade at Earl warren I witnessed numerous amounts of prejudice and racism Not saying names about certain specific people but this said designated person is a female Ive known this girl since about the 2nd or 3rd grade so I know about her school life well enough to be able to tell this story To my knowledge I feel she grew up at school with a pleasant life as a young girl She wasnt really known to be one of the prettiest girls but I guess she could be considered a little sweet heart As the years progressed we already hit the fourth grade at Skyline Elementary School School started off as a new-sprung and fresh start for her little life Even though there was more to come in her new days there was probably more that she would encounter that she wouldve ever expected It kills me to still think about this but older people in the 6th grade had already been introduced to smoking and drinking This once pleasant girl had a rendezvous with her new coming future As known to this day adolescent minds should not come to face with such horrors She started to hang out with the older more mature kids a mature kids how had better experience with the subject which had caused her young innocent mind to be penetrated beyond its boundaries to a new step in her lifeWhile the months and years proceeded by in a normal fashion her way of life confronted a huge U-turn For instance she started to dress in a gothic manner of wearing all dark and gloomy colors as if you changed into a totally different person This came to conclude with major prejudices from our fellow classmates I know how people thought in 5th and 6th grade and to people in that degree of age that was thought to be really weird Kids just thought that because she
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