Prejudice still alive |

Prejudice still alive

Recently, a friend of mine was asked to leave a downtown drinking establishment because of his skin color. In this day and age have we not learned that the concept of skin color should no longer matter.

Isn’t it time that we consider not the color of a person but the worth? I’m sorry that my friend had to witness the prejudice that should no longer exist. No matter the color, white, brown, black or even green.

Linda Bushart

Glenwood Springs

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