It was written in the bible that God created this world in seven days and he also created the first human beings-Adam and Eva, but perhaps god didn't expect that the history in the development of human beings would involve dividing them into different races, and certainly God would never have expected the fact that race became a societal issue as to how minorities are being bullied. In the book "Always Running" wrote by a Mexican-American, Luis Rodriguez, he records his early life as one of the gang members in the City of Angel, Los Angeles. He attempts to use his story to show the racial oppression and violence of the gang members, and more significantly, he uses his story to demonstrate the hardship of being bullied by racists. In general, the book's hub is surrounded the experience of how minority races are being bullied, and this helps creating a powerful ethnic experience.
Also, Rodriguez didn't leave out any details of censorship but he chose to reveal some of the ugliest morality presented by the Americans in the book, which readers would finally understand a true American story. Nonetheless, Rodriguez presented his ideas of how people should stand against racial oppression and society should try their best to help people who are suffering from racial discrimination. First of all, as mentioned above, Rodriguez uses a lot of details of how minorities are being bullied throughout the story to help setting up the story.
At the beginning of the story, Rodriguez describes his first day of school and he uses detailed description to explain how he was practically being discriminated because of his language barrier. He describes what a crime it was because he doesn't speak English. He said that "in those days there was no...