invisible man

Check out this great clip and ask yourself the question. 

No one should feel like a non-citizen, ignored by society.  It’s easy to feel like you have no prejudice when there is no one in the group that you [fear/are uncomfortable with] around.  Would you treat your co-worker differently if you found out they have HIV?  Would you eat the food they cooked at a pot luck?  Would think twice before shaking their hand?  These are the real questions that we hope we would answer in love and understanding, but sometimes we have to be honest with ourselves.  It’s ok if HIV and Aids is makes you uncomfortable.  If you can be honest about that, you can move towards being more comfortable and understanding.  Denial doesn’t help anyone.


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