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Racism in America
Racism as a Child in America
In "What It's Like to Be a Black Girl (For Those of You Who Aren't)" Patricia Smith writes about her life as a child. In Patricia Smith's poem, she wishes that she is White, and not Black. She writes about how difficult life is for her being Black born in a white society. She didn't want to be labeled as a Black person. In many different ways we are similar. I also, was born in a White society. Growing up as a child is very difficult in many ways. As a child she wanted to be as White as she could. She didn't want accept who she is. …
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