We can just call some cleaners and I'll take the kids out for a walk.
Ok, great idea!
Hi, can we get cleaners for 11am at 7th Second Street... Thank you.
The typical school holidays. Parents were busy trying to entertain their kids and messiness owned the neighbourhood's houses.John and Jane Smith were creative parents, coming up with exciting activities for the children.They got cleaners to scrub away paint, wash dishes from baking cookies and vacuum leftover puzzle pieces.
Jane called the local cleaners, ready to go for her walk. Two cleaners were to come; Ada and Tyrone.It was a relief to get some help, weekends weren't easy with two 10-year-olds. The price was only $15 an hour of cleaning which was a strong bonus.
Jane took her kids out for a walk in the tract housing neighbourhood. The same buildings, the same white families, the same living styles. Zero diversity. Almost feeling emotionless with smiles, the kids walked along the path, without the knowledge of the existence of a more lively and multicultural society.
Meanwhile, back at the house, Ada and Tyrone had arrived. They were motivated to clean the mess of the place for their cheap, more than fair pricing.John was dubious about their behaviour, for no valid reason.Their black skin colour was unlike the other residents, you'd expect some celebration and inclusivity of other ethnicities.
As a cleaner, handling items of worth plays a major role in the job. Ada and Tyrone were working efficiently. They quickly packed away every household item.However, when it came to dealing with Jane's necklace, John didn't hold back his irrational accusations.
It didn't take Ada and Tyrone long to complete their task. John was sceptical of their commitment and "interest" in the items of the house.John called the police. They promptly arrived.Injustice fills the atmosphere. Equality, logic, fairness and any other moral qualities were absent.