Skin doesn’t define the person’s race

mexican whiteLisette Lazaro,
8th Grade Holland New Tech High School,
Holland, MI.

When people see the color of someone skin they automatically go to an conclusion that are one specific race. For example, when they see a person with light brown skin they say the person is Mexican and when their skin is white they automatically say that they are a white person, when really they can a different race other than white. Like in this photo people automatically say that she white when really she’s Mexican.



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