Racism in the millennial age.
Shanna B. Tiayon | Longreads | June 2019 | 9 minutes (2,384 words)
As I looked out the bus window I was awestruck by the magnificence and vastness of the canyon that stretched farther than my eyes could see. I stared at the brown hues with hints of red, orange and blue, and the rock textures that were still visible even from a distance. The Grand Canyon was breathtaking and I was taking it all in for the last time as the bus drove by.
A loud voice disturbed the peace of my window gazing.
“There’s no eating on the bus,” it said. “The kid — she dropped the paper and there’s no eating on the bus.”
My eyes never left the window. When the disruption passed, I turned my thoughts to our trip. It was March, 2018. Hailing from the DC Metro area, this was the first trip we…
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