I, Tituba Black Witch of Salem

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Racism, sexism, and belief that one way of life is the only way of life are prevalent in every society but should not be tolerated. People being tormented in such a manner shouldn't have went through the horror of being treated that way in any day, time or place. In "I, Tituba Black Witch of Salem", Tituba struggled with having her own belief system, the only parents she knew dying, and struggling with the day …

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…days in Barbados. Her beliefs were stripped and tried to be made new by a variety of people. She had to deal with racism within her own race, and from the likes of others. As she goes through these ruff spots she must not also forget who she is and where she has come from and not let anyone break down her barrier that she, her mother, and Mama Yaya had so strongly put up.