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...lessons. For example, I as a Persian or an Iranian love to laugh about what other cultures think of us even though it is racist, but when it is done by a comedian and he/she makes fun of every race then we see that so many people from different races are sitting together and enjoying the time and learning. That is what I mean by accepting some aspects of racism and put it behind and move to the bigger problems.
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