Holocaust symbolized lesson
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This is our African American buddy Ron, waiting for his bus.
Now Ron seems to have another person to wait with him, we'll call him Jeremy.
Both Ron and Jeremy get on the bus, the bus drives away with the two men on board.
Jeremy decides that he made a poor seat decision and wants to move up. Jeremy knows he can use Ron's skin tone as an excuse to discriminate against him.
I want the front seat but it seems a black man is refusing to give it up.
The bus driver hears the discussion and makes Ron move because he is black, Ron is the victim of racism and he is angry but knows he can't do anything about it.
Im sorry but i was here first, I think I would like to stay.
Bus Driver: Hey you in the red, give this nice gentleman the front seat or i wont hesitate to kick you off the bus.
Ron was unfairly treated because of a circumstance he himself could not change, Ron represents the Jews who were unfairly treated and died during the Holocaust
Jeremy represents the German's who were able to use what a person believes or looks like as an excuse to commit murder.
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