The link above is an article I read on safety pins. It basically talked about how minorities felt like whites had these awful stereotypes about them and how they are being treated wrong. Yes that is correct, but minorities have done things as well as whites; so I felt it was a little hypocritical to make such a broad statement. Yes stick up for whats wrong, but don’t make it negative. That’s where minorities fall short. People always feel like they have to get even, but that leads to nothing to more destruction. safety pins photo

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