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A 50-something year old white woman arrived at her seat and saw that the passenger next to her was a black man.

Visibly furious, she called the air hostess.
“What’s the problem, ma?” the hostess asked her
“Can’t you see?” the lady said – “I was given a seat next to a black man. I can’t seat here next to him. You have to change my seat”
– “Please, calm down, ma” – said the hostess
“Unfortunately, all the seats are occupied, but I’m still going to check if we have any.”
The hostess left and returned some minutes later.

“Madam, as I told you, there isn’t any empty seat in this class- economy class. But I spoke to the captain and he confirmed that there isn’t any empty seats in the economy class. We only have seats in the first class.”
And before the woman said anything, the hostess continued
“Look, it is unusual for our company to allow a passenger from the economy class change to the first class. However, given the circumstances, the commandant thinks that it would be a scandal to make a passenger travel sat next to an unpleasant person.”

And turning to the black man, the hostess said:
“Which means, Sir, if you would be so nice to pack your handbag, we have reserved you a seat in the first class…”
And all the passengers nearby, who were shocked to see the scene started applauding, some standing on their feet.”

Si un exemplu oarecum diferit, pt ca e real si palpabil si implica lupta unei mame timp de peste 10 ani: un copil cu diagnostic de autism in Romania – aici trebuie sa apreciez lupta colosala a mamei de a invinge sistemul, de a reusi sa gaseasca solutia si sa integreze copilul intr-un colectiv normal. Din pacate, unii adulti nu isi dau seama ca din aceasta imbinare ies in castig atat copiii cu probleme care sunt integrati si tratati la fel, cat si copiii tipici, care au ocazia sa invete si sa aprecieze pe cel diferit.

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