Independence Day Racism

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After reading this essay a few times. I consider this piece does help to highlight that racism in America as being wrong; nevertheless, I do not believe that there is a considerable deal of significance for this narrative taking place on Independence Day. If this story would have happened on any other day would anything changed; nevertheless, the only thing that might have changed is that they probably would not have gone into the ice cream parlor. No matter, when they would have taken this trip to Washington, D.C., the result would have had been the same. Both of the parents planned to take this trip as the outcome of Phyllis being not permitted on the senior class trip; therefore, the parents decided to take all of their children to Washington,

In this essay, the author

  • Analyzes how the parents took their children to washington, d.c. to expose them to racism in america.
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