I am writing this because i rode the bus to school today.(i am 17 and i am still riding the bus making this seem more like a fictional tale but such is life)But I digress today while on the bus a kid in the seat next to me inquired about the book I was reading. The book 'To kill a Mockinbird' and the boy a 9 year old caucasian. I told him about the book and about the Discrimination of African Americans. His response will stay with me forever. He told me "but wait that is a silly book title my mom and dad taught me that that stuff never happened and that those (expletive word against a race) made it all up. I sat there horrified by hearing a 9 year old say such word with little effort what so ever. I admit i comtempted shattering the young boys world and telling him his Parents a Knuckle draging racists, but all that would do is destroy young childs percetion of his famil. But for now and forever i will never EVER let anyone tell me that Discrimination is dead and gone because it far from that. Until we gain Utopia status(Impossible by the way)Discrimination will always be near.