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American Denial
The Truth is Deeper than Black and White

American Denial - The Truth is Deeper than Black and White
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marco

I face this everytime I travel to the south of Los Angeles. The south margin of the city, it's image, is not easily digestible. I struggle with it when I see it. I ask myself, "this is my city, but yet it looks nothing to the ideal. should I do something about it?" It's a dilemma I face when ...Read more

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Anonymous

Insightful as well as disturbing

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Anonymous

Excellent. Eye-opening.

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