We’re all different, and that’s OK

Denis Mena,
Newnan, GA

I went to a predominantly white school with not very much diversity. You noticed that people tended to form groups with those they are most comfortable with. But once I got to college and noticed how diverse it really was, it was awesome. People intermingling with one another, regardless of race, ethnicity, heritage, religion, sexuality, etc. it truly shows that people can live amongst one another without hatred or violence. All we need is a little compassion and, at the very least, an attempt to understand.

 

We’re all different, and that’s OK

Denis Mena,
Newnan, GA

I went to a predominantly white school with not very much diversity. You noticed that people tended to form groups with those they are most comfortable with. But once I got to college and noticed how diverse it really was, it was awesome. People intermingling with one another, regardless of race, ethnicity, heritage, religion, sexuality, etc. it truly shows that people can live amongst one another without hatred or violence. All we need is a little compassion and, at the very least, an attempt to understand.

We’re all different, and that’s OK

Denis Mena,
Newnan, GA

I went to a predominantly white school with not very much diversity. You noticed that people tended to form groups with those they are most comfortable with. But once I got to college and noticed how diverse it really was, it was awesome. People intermingling with one another, regardless of race, ethnicity, heritage, religion, sexuality, etc. it truly shows that people can live amongst one another without hatred or violence. All we need is a little compassion and, at the very least, an attempt to understand.

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