What Shall We Do?
By Alyssa Conyers & Morgan Dooty
We, as minorities, have a disadvantage, because we are seen through prejudice and racism. While it would be more prudent to end discrimination in the U.S first, we are already hurdling toward war. We must be a part of the war, because if we are too busy trying to win equality we will head to our own destruction. For if we are to busy less soldiers will fight with all their focus, and we have a disadvantage toward the Central Powers. We may also lose because if we are busy then others might accuse us of not putting all our effort in the war when we win. Therefore it is important for us to prove our loyalty by fighting for our country. After the war there will be time for us to win equality.