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  1. 1. Experiences are what make us who we are. These positive and negative happenings can change our opinions, our views on life, and even our personalities. In “Right Place, Wrong Face” by Alton Fitzgerald White, he has a run in with police officers that affects him negatively. He changes from seeing the world as a just and equal place to one filled with racism and even unfairness. <br />At first White is naïve to the real world. As a young man, White was “raised to believe that if [he] worked hard, was a good person, and always told the truth, the world would be [his] oyster.” Also, before this event, he thought the police were supposed to “serve and protect him.” However, after the police detain him for no other reason beside the color of his skin, White changes, becoming more jaded. Now, knowing that they had the Hispanic men who had committed the crime before arresting him, he feels angry and upset. He cries “silent tears of disappointment and injustice with the realization of how many innocent black men are convicted for no reason.” Instead of protected, he feels hunted—like a victim.<br />Alton Fitzgerald White was arrested at his own apartment in a violation of his rights. As he discovered, the world is not always how one pictures it. Sometimes an experience makes one realize, like White did, that “Life will never be the same.”<br />

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