Discrimination In Sharon M. Draper's Fire From The Rock

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In the world today, we are judged. People learn to ignore the fact that they are judged based on the color of their skin. “Individually who suffer discrimination become stronger and can help others as a result.” From the book, Fire from the Rock by Sharon M. Draper, Sylvia protected Donna Jean from Johnny Crandall and his friends when they were bullying her because of the color of her skin. This is an example of someone who becomes stronger as a factor of discrimination.

It seems as if the world was filled hatred and sadness forever. Although it hasn’t, “Individuals who are full of hate and bigotry are the source of much unhappiness in the world.” This holds truth because if the people that are filled with negativity weren’t here, the world would be a much more happier place. For example, before President Donald J. Trump took office in January of 2017, a majority of America was happy, when he took office, it left more than half of America mad. This is an example of someone who created negativity in the world. Although people aren’t always happy because we are humans, the world would still be a more happier
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People who tend to make the world a happy place is us, the citizens, we influence the world around us and if we can make even one person live a positive lifestyle, we could spread the love and try and make a difference in this world, without drama, fighting, hatred, and grief. We can spread the love and help to make our society a happy place. Other people that can help make the world a much more thrilling place is celebrities like Beyonce. If you are a fan, Beyonce would make you happy by seeing her perform or even just seeing her living her best life, with three kids, and a husband. Not all celebrities can make the world a pleasant place, others might make it just the