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Ethnic Affairs of The State All men are created equal In the books this statement is valid but in everyday life we have a long way to go before this becomes more than just a perception The Caribbean Islands that were once only populated by blacks has now become a white mans world Whites have forced their ideas on the whole world and just about everyone has accepted them The actions and words that come from the new inhabitants are the white mans views This change in cultural politics has brought the style of thinking back to the days right after the abolition of slavery Cultural politics is the way we as individuals act to certain situations in our everyday lives The individuals in the Caribbean Islands have been forced to have white mans ideas but some have adapted freely to these feelings When the average American goes to a foreign country we expect them to have the same language attitude and feelings that we do towards everything This is why many tourists like to go to the Caribbean They cater your every need and they will think the way you would like them to think They are not puppets though they are all wrapped up in cultural politics Their actions are controlled by the society that drives them not the one that makes rules of the land This makes a big difference because the society that pushes them doesnt always believe in equal rights When someone lives in a one-sided world skin is the first thing that is seen We do not really see people as who they really are all we see is how someone lives or how someone acts We assume many things when this happens for example in Visiting by Roger McTair Margaret thinks that Eric a black man works on the island for the hotel The mindset of the woman from Canada was He is black so
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