Are you racially prejudiced?

A United States Marine asked me this question some years ago while I was in Vietnam singing for the troops. My indignant response to him was, "I certainly am not!" He replied that everyone was prejudiced.

Affronted by his point of view, I strenuously denied that I was biased. When I was a child, my mother had sent me to neighborhood Sunday Schools where I was taught the Golden Rule and to love my neighbor as myself. Later, when our family was introduced to Christian Science, we attended the church and Sunday School and started reading the Bible and Science and Health each day.

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