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The phenomena of detestation is as close to us as, if not closer than, our own self. We all can identify with one or another form of prejudice. Generally, we comprehend what it is to loathe or at least dislike with great passion, another human being. Early on in our lives, we make connections of attractions and repulsions towards others. From these feelings, we form opinion and preconceived notion towards the cause of these experiences, whether they are good or bad. In most of these instances, we are able to recognize what the results of harmful responses to others are. For instance If someone has harmed us or disappointed in some way, we may shrug it off as no big deal and keep going on with our day without hitting or shouting in retaliation. Generally, we are able to let go of negative feelings, but occasionally we may let those feelings and emotions get the best of us. On such occasions, we may perhaps lose control and become victims of our own fury.
For example, a child who is constantly bullied by another child of a different race (lets say for instance an African American child) will in the long run tier of being bullied and possibly seek vengeance on his or her perpetrator. He or she will in future instances, associate the hurtful memories of the African American child with others of that same race. The child may or may not intentionally hold prejudice, but because he/she experienced unfavorable situations, will attribute the African American ethnic group and its people as unpleasant and hurtful. Of course, this can be the case with any race and not only associated with African Americans. Usually, once we have experienced a negative situation with an individual of a different race than our own we hold those negative memories against others. A gay man may be a target of prejudice by a group or an individual by simply being what he is. Dallas Texas: On October…...

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