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Sadly, a lot of people do not see how this topic is so harmful, yet they could see how the omission of Hispanics, Asians, and African Americans (or even stereotypes of those groups) could be harmful. The discourse used in the media influences the way people view the world -- it is important to watch for and take a stand against the negative portrayals we see!

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