JusticeIs the value of being decent, fair, and ethical wrong.
Sir, Sarah is making me feel uncomfortable in this classroom
Why is that Jerome?
Don't listen to him sir, I don't understand why he is allowed to speak to us. Look at his skin colour!
The definition of Justice
I feel very upset and regret what I did. Sorry Jerome for discriminating you and making you feel unformtable.
Sarah! that is not how we speak about others. Just because of his skin colour doesn't mean he is normal like us. We are all human.
Joseph (the character on the left) feels uncomfortable and let's the teacher know
Sarah explains that because of his skin colour, he is unable to speak or feel accepted.
Mr Bob quickly lashes at Sarah because of her racism towards Jerome. Although she is feeling very guilty, she accepts his skin colour but also confess the real reason why she went up. She also apologises to Jerome and Mr Bob.
*A month later* Sarah and Jerome become friends and they decided to play in the playground together.