It's one of the most explosive topics around and one that people rarely greet with sincerity.
Everywhere you go, and everywhere you look, there is always somebody different. Imagine walking down the street and having people stare at you or call you names, or talk behind your back, just because your skin is a different color, or your of a different religion.We all seem to ask our selves the same question over and over, why do people do this?But unfortunately racism is almost impossible to stop. There will always be egotistic people who considers their race to be better then that of other’s.The novel I read is about aJewish girl by the name of Judith who begins to experience the cruelty of racism at the age of seven. The two boys that live across the street from Judith were always mean to her.
They said that because she was Jewish she wasn’t allowed on their side of the street.And if they ever saw her on their lawn they would beat her up.She had no friends at school or in her neighborhood except one girl by the name of Rachel, who was also Jewish. The problem was that Rachel lived in America, and Judith lived in Canada, other then summer camp they couldn’t see each other.The next summer Judith met a Jewish boy by the name of Ori, who also lived in America.
She felt as though they were soul mates.Several years went by, and Judith and Ori moved to Israel together.They got a small, one bedroom apartment and began University.Not long after, they began to drift apart from each other.
She packed up all her stuff and decided to move to London. Then she met a guy by the name of James.He wasn’t Jewish, but Judith really liked him.She knew that her parents would never approve of him,.