What race r u and what were their race
We were all the same skin color in that area, and it didn't matter to them. My name and accent were "weird," so they never accepted me. Even after a decade of living there, the problem remained.To be blunt, I also do not believe in race. That's a poor generic idea to define a person's skin color. Nationality or country of origin (or ancestry) can provide an answer, but to call one human with a different skin tone, when medical science has proven we are the same, is disingenuous, but thank you for your question.
I do agree with u. Where do u live? Why haven’t u left?
I eventually moved, but it took a couple years of saving enough money to escape. The reason is because of severe poverty. I grew up poor enough that I had to kill animals for food. Yes, this was in America. Nobody cared, but it gives an idea of the poverty level. 5 hours per week of minimum wage at best, if a job could be found. Trying to escape that requires a miracle, and I had one, but was severely injured and screwed over by emp'oyers and people in the process.
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