My whole response to racism in general is why? Why are people coming to violence because of this discussion? Why can’t we all set aside our differences and get along? From what I’ve been reading and watching from this topic is nothing but negativity. Certain children aren’t allowed to play with other children their age because of the color of their skin, or they’re afraid to bring their friend to their house because their family is all white. I just find it completely messed up, but what’s even more upsetting is African American families are teaching their children about racism early and are telling them what to expect and what not to expect.
Another thing I’d like to make is why aren’t we teacher kids about race at a younger age? Why does it have to be only certain kids be taught what to do when you’re said this or when you’re asked that? It just doesn’t make any sense. All children should be taught about race not most all, and all children should be taught to be a little more open minded about other races instead of their own race. Seeing what I saw about children and how they saw in this one picture was saddening. More Caucasian children are negative then African-American children because of family experiences or there family not being acceptable and it’s just saddening.
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