A four year-old girl is given several photographs of children her age, and is asked to place them into groups. She decides to divide them into three piles. "They're girls, they're boys, and they're Blacks."
Even this innocent, young girl can tell a difference between people, and considers them separate. Surely she does not mean to be rude, or point out the differences in a bad way, she just doesn't know any better. This leads me to the belief in which the behavior shown is not only learned, but is genetic in the beginning stages, enabling us to discriminate.…
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