"I, too" by Langston Hughes Comic
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By Langston Hughes
But I, too sing america
You're not allowed in here. Your kind eats in the kitchen
Do not worry son. One day we will not eat in kitchen and everyone will see our true colors, including yours
And from that day, his dad kept his word.
As a kid, me and my father used to not be able to eat here
The moral of the story is to not judge upon people and what they are. We used to live in a society where people were segregated because of their race. It took uses to get to where we are now in which we all communicate with each other. All of us can make a better place.
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