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Racism sexism and belief that one way of life is the only way of life are prevalent in every society but should not be tolerated People being tormented in such a hurtful manner shouldnt have gone through the horror of being treated that way in any day time or place In I Tituba Black Witch of Salem Tituba struggled with having her own belief system the only parents she knew dying and struggling with the day to day life of just being a woman in that prominent slavery society that the book centers around Tituba came across a lot of racism within her early life from her own race that caused her to experience some draw backs For example when Tituba was forced to live by herself after Mama Yaya died and she went into the fields all of the other black slaves were looking at her in somewhat of disgust When they saw me everybody jumped into the grasspg11 The slaves thought that Tituba should be working out with them because of the color of her skin They didnt take into account what she had been through or did they even know what she had been through They just knew the color of her skin In addition Tituba felt racism from her people in another way A Negress who cant dancepg16 When she didnt know how to party and didnt know how black people were supposed to act she felt resentment and animosity from the blacks present They felt as if she didnt know how to be one of them and that she was not truly black We take from these examples that racism isnt always felt from someone outside of your race but it can be felt the same if not even more heartfelt from with in your own race Religion wasnt a word practiced often in Titubas vocabulary she has formed her own beliefs that have been instilled in her by
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