You are holding the binoculars backwards.

Andrew Schlager,
Kansas City, MO.

“You are holding the binoculars backwards.” We are so consumed by generalized assumptions about race that we fail to see that every individual is different. We see people from afar, just as a person would see looking through binoculars backwards, and make judgments without really looking closely, like a person would see using binoculars correctly. When it all comes down to it, every single person is different and has their own story.

 

You are holding the binoculars backwards.

Andrew Schlager,
Kansas City, MO.

“You are holding the binoculars backwards.” We are so consumed by generalized assumptions about race that we fail to see that every individual is different. We see people from afar, just as a person would see looking through binoculars backwards, and make judgments without really looking closely, like a person would see using binoculars correctly. When it all comes down to it, every single person is different and has their own story.

You are holding the binoculars backwards.

Andrew Schlager,
Kansas City, MO.

“You are holding the binoculars backwards.” We are so consumed by generalized assumptions about race that we fail to see that every individual is different. We see people from afar, just as a person would see looking through binoculars backwards, and make judgments without really looking closely, like a person would see using binoculars correctly. When it all comes down to it, every single person is different and has their own story.

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