A Fresh Perspective

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By Shawn Brubaker.
 
Maybe it’s because I have generally lived in homogeneous areas, or maybe it’s because I’ve spent much of my life in places where racism is genuinely not as much of a problem as it once was, but I took for granted that people were still overtly racist. Then, in the O’Hare Airport in Chicago, I was granted the realization that racism is still alive and well, and people are still more than willing to be outwardly hateful.
 
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