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It was not a matter of believing or disbelieving what I read but offeeling something new of being affected by something that made the lookof the world different Richard was a young boy who didnt understandmany things He observed things but didnt know how or why those thingswere happening He was a hardhead stubborn little boy who did what hewanted to do He lived in the south were things were very limited buthe didnt understand that either He didnt care about the rules It washis way or the highway Richard living in the south with a bad attitudecaused much conflict in his lifeRichard was told by his mother to never take nonsense from no one Fromthat day forward he did what he was told He took nonsense from no onenot even his family He took nonsense as to never let people do anythingto him or dont tolerate anything from no one If a family member yelledat him or hit him he would do the same When children his age or anyoneof that matter tried to test him he would lose his mind He wouldfight threat to kill yell and everything else He had a very badtemper that no one was able to controlRichard was even intolerant to racism When he was a youth he neverunderstood it He thought everyone was a human and should be treated thesame Until he got older than started to realize and recognize what itwas and what it meant He hated racism with a passion He even grew upto hate white people for what they did and what they stood for He wouldthreaten to kill every white person in the universe because he thoughtthey were so evil Even though he was black he still thought he ought tobe respected So if he had to respect them he wanted respect backWhen he grew up to know about segregation he noticed it more and moreAs he got older he went through his own
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