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A prejudice child is a child of ignorance a child that has been raised to believe what their parents believe Prejudice is everywhere People who have prejudices are raised to believe that they are normal and acceptable and anyone that is different from them is not Prejudice does not only apply to color It can apply to background sex sexual preference or nationality Although people who have prejudices may think otherwise not knowing that the definition of prejudice is a preconceived opinion they think there actions are not wrong but all kinds are wrong When placed in an environment with people who do not have any prejudices they come out looking stubborn and ignorant The childs parents may have put him in an environment where everyone is considered acceptable His parents may have been wealthy and put him in a private school that only other rich kids can attend This would be an environment where there may not be racial differences Because of the way he was taught and raised the child has become prejudiced and the beliefs that his parents once had are now his own When this child leaves that school he has not had any contact with anyone from a different lifestyle He will not know how to react to someone like a homeless person on the street Like the child everyone in America has a right to be here Just because someone looks or acts different from him that does not make his prejudices right The nicest person in the world could be a homeless person and the child would probably really like to know him Instead the child turns him away based on his appearance and financial situation Prejudice stirs up a hate inside that the child will probably know for the rest of his life Other people do not understand him because they know that living in America is a privilege They understand that all men and women
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