interpersonal solidarity

Assuming people’s characters, judging them by their ethnic, or any other group’s derivation, isn’t the only source of open conflicts. It also results in further social dissents. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy. The longer African-american people were excluded from American society, the longer they have exercised and fixed their antisocial behaviours. The more a sense of harm was grown and shared among them, the harder it is now for them, to function in a modern day society properly. So they awake suspicion and resentment. And at last they find themselves in a situation, where it’s a common thing to be killed

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Being a stranger means being unfamiliar. Being somewhat different because of a certain feature. What kind of feature? Well, it could be anything. Sometimes it’s the way people talk, their slow thinking, different views, praying in a different manner or having different preferences. Very often it’s the looks, an outfit, a hairstyle, maybe really strange makeup, a tattoo or a scar. There is countless number of characteristics with which one can tell difference between two people, including identical twins. As many characteristics, as there only in a human being are. At the same time we are all homo sapiens, we

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