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Public discrimination

 
As we grow up we are taught that we should accept people for who they are and treat them equally, but a man in Fairfield was not greeted with that message. When applying for a job, he was denied due to his tattoos, the tattoos were his stamps from the military and also to remember his mother. God bless her soul. We need to stop these things from affecting where you can or can’t work and what you can do. This is the type of article I am going to be writing about to you the students and faculty of  F.A.H.S.
~Walker
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