My Introduction To Bigotry And Discrimination

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As a nine year old boy, I saw bigotry and discrimination demonstrated by a famous man of God. It was a disturbing education.
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Andy Wilkinson is a home improvement contractor. He has degrees in electronics and theology.

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Margo H reviewed on Dec. 2, 2017

As I’ve understood history, a lot of horrible things have been done under the cloak of religion and it’s disturbing. Much has changed since the author’s young days, but nothing about racism has changed much. And it has certainly reared an ugly head in the last few years. Truly a thought provoking read.
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Stephen L. Wilson reviewed on Aug. 6, 2012

Quite an observation, Andy. I, too, lived in the south and was amazed at the acceptance between the races and the notion that the black folks should just "know their place." It has gotten better, from what I have heard. But I learned a long time ago to believe none of what I hear, and only half of what I see. What I saw as recently as 2003 was that bigotry is alive and well in the deep south. And on the left coast. And in the rust belt. People seem to naturally fear those who are different.
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Rick Ready reviewed on Oct. 23, 2011

A child recognizes bigotry and discrimination, for children understand the truth they see, though the words might not be in their vocabulary. Good story. Read and ponder, and ask, "When did I first recognize or experience bigotry and discrimination?" Change begins with knowledge.
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Ernest Winchester reviewed on July 27, 2011

Alas Andy, it may be a long wait.
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