Who are we to judge another religion or race? Who are we to judge another’s skin tone? There is more to a human being besides the color of their skin, race and religion.
We would think that our past generations have set us on a path that helps escape from these issues, but I am a witness of inequality.
If you listen in with both ears, you’ll hear the racial slurs and stereotypes come out of unkind lips and mouths.
”Why does she act like she’s black?”
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“You can’t act out the beauty of someone’s culture.”
“Why is she so ghetto; she’s not from the hood?”
That is stereotyping a race. My ethnicity on an application is Asian Indian. My religion is Sikhism and the color of my skin is brown.
If this country is known for freedom, then we should be free to embrace our own beliefs. Who are we to judge someone else’s race?
Women should be free to wear whatever they like and not have so-called grown men drool over her knees and shoulders.
Arabic women should be free to wear their hijabs and not worry about being attacked on the side of a street. An African-American male should not be shot because he’s wearing a black jacket and a particular walk.
Jasmine Virk, Fresno