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In light of what you have added in the comments: What my teacher did was assume that the reason that more African-Americans were in jail was because of a flaw in the justice system, not because of something else. I would strongly disagree with the accepted answer and advise you to let it go. Given the current political climate in the United States, ...


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Although this concept was a bit foreign to me when I was your age I came later adult to adopt a stance where I consider people may believe what they want to believe as long as they mean no harm to me. I previously thought but no longer think people are "wrong" or "biased", they just believe what their experience taught them. Life taught ...


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When living in the US, I noticed that there were no differences between cultures when it comes to the loss of someone: people are affected by the loss, and it takes time to heal. During the mourning process, people can be sad, tired, depressed and so on... Expressing can be very different though. Many european countries I know have the same "etiquette&...


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Back when I was in college and grad school, I knew my advisors but weren't very close with them. I suspect you're in a similar situation. Were this me, I'd respond with an e-mail response along the lines of "I'm very sorry to hear that! Please let me know if there's anything I can do". That seems to be the social norm in the US so it would not ...


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