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The Diary of Anne Frank
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I believe that literature such as "The Diary of Anne Frank" does not prevent tragedies or acts of hate from taking place but help to educate and help to deal with hate and racism. When such events do occur, the literature does come into play by grabbing people's attention and showing them how far racism can go, and how terrible it can become.
Several violent, tragic, and racist events have taken place since the holocaust, South Africa and The United States separating blacks from whites and the horrendous racism towards blacks, that is still a major problem today. During World War II the U.S. felt so afraid of Japanese Americans, thinking they were going to tell military secrets to the Japanese and that there was going to be Japanese uprising in the U.S. that they put them into interment camps keeping them under severe surveillance, taking them away from their homes and businesses. The U.S. did apologize for the actions taken against the Japanese. I think the U.S. apologized because literature has taught that any type of racism hurts and that apologies should be presented and that we should face
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