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3. Answer these questions as simply as you can. Your answers are the meat and potatoes of your stew. Let them be raw and uncut for now.
I can relate to that, I was one of like five Asian people in my schools until I moved to New York City when I was 18. You pretty much experience racism on a daily basis in one form or another.
I totally did, too. I don’t talk about it much now, but I think for the white kids I was ‘too black,’ plus I was very in-tune with my Caribbean side. My mom is from the Caribbean and my dad is British. I have two very “woke” parents basically and my views were similar. I don’t think everyone liked that in high school. Then when I moved to Birmingham, they always said I was too much like a ‘white girl.’ So I was very confused but it all helped me grow as a person.
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The Gospel of John describes an episode in which Jesus heals a man blind from birth , placed during the Festival of Tabernacles , about six months before his crucifixion. Jesus mixes spittle with dirt to make a mud mixture, which he then places on the man's eyes. He asks the man to wash his eyes in the Pool of Siloam . When the man does this, he is able to see. When asked by his disciples whether the cause of the blindness was the sins of the man's father or his mother, Jesus states that it was neither. ( [9:1-12]