Prejudice can be as subtle as a look, or as blatant as a fist in the face. It's befriending an outcast as long as no one knows; not telling your parents you're gay because you're afraid of their reaction; or knowing that your teachers' expectations of you are based on gender or skin color. These stories are about people who face the challenge of overcoming prejudice.
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