chapter 4- Born a crime review- Liz Sarache

chapter 4- Born a crime review- Liz Sarache
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  • “Why not?”
  •  “I can't hit him.”
  • “Because I don't know how to hit a white child,”
  • siyabonga kanjani?
  • Maryvale
  • Trevor's grandmother did not know how to discipline him, because she said she could not treat him like his cousins ​​because he was white and she did not know how to hit a target. And that's why he did not hit him like his cousins 
  • HA Jack Primary
  • His mother taught him the different African languages ​​and later helped him in his life so that black people would take him as part of his tribe.
  • class A
  • Trevor was changed from school, Maryvale was a private Catholic school, where classes were with all kinds of children, black and white, and they had equality in everything. And that protected them from reality and racism. 
  • They changed it to the government school HA Jack, there they divided the students into classes A and B. It depends on the intelligence, and the study with the smartest ones where the majority were white and there saw the racism.
  • Trevor was in classes A with the smartest, but he did not like it because he did not have friends there, since the children he had met were in classes B
  • Trevor went to the school counselor to tell her that she wanted to change to classes B, she did not like the idea because she said there were no intelligent children, but he insisted that she preferred to be with her friends than to follow people who did not. he did not know
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