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To the editor:
Discrimination is as common as the air we breathe.
It is the necessity to choose the best of available options and therefore is neither good nor bad in itself. We discriminate in the food we choose to consume, the brand of medicine and hair coloring we buy, the clothes we elect to wear, the doctor we select for our care, and the persons in whom we place our trust.
Society discriminates when it chooses to give a preference to one person over another, one group over another.
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