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- Prejudice and Injustice Essay - Prejudice and injustice still occurs in the world today People are being killed everyday for reasons of prejudice or injustice Today its hard to walk down the streets without being stared at or talked about Its not right to judge a person by the way they look dress or talk because it doesnt say anything about the inside The only one who looks bad is the person making prejudiced remarks or treating people with injustice Its none of anyones business where you grew up and how you lived your life but yours Everyone should be treated equally no matter what his or her race gender or religion is This is the world today and the future of tomorrow whether we like it or not The two stories I thought had the most prejudiced and injustice thoughts were The Scarlet Ibis and The Lady or the Tiger In the Scarlet Ibis Doodles brother is ashamed due to the fact that Doodle cant do anything He was embarrassed to take Doodle out because he thought hed get made fun of having a disabled brother He even tried killing Doodle by smothering him with a pillow Wanting someone to die is morally wrong specially your own brother I wish I could get this point across to everyone so it would make our world that much less troublesome Some people think that if someone doesnt dress the same as them or talk the same way they do then they make some kind of prejudiced remark to make the person feel bad It was bad enough having an invalid brother but having one who possibly was not all there was unbearable so I began to make plans to kill him by smothering him with a pillow This is what the world is really like today People just like us are being murdered because theyre gay or have different backgrounds People who commit hate crimes
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