When people think about discrimination, they usually associate it with prejudice and connect it with race and gender. But discrimination can take another form. For example, a person can gain an unfair advantage at a job interview by being attractive or by being able to talk about something that has nothing to do with the job, like sports. The people who do not get the job would claim they were discriminated against, and to some
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now in college without it. Far from discouraging me, the treatment from my college professors motivates me, and I've decided to work harder in order to keep up with my work.
In conclusion, I've learned that you should be fair and consistent in the way you treat people, because while special treatment might help someone now, it could also hurt them later. These experiences have also shown me that discrimination in all forms is wrong.