In the United States the concept of race is in my opinion one of the biggest factors that people use to create differences between people, and has to be by far one of the top that has historically caused conflict. The definition of race describes race as something culturally constructed, and is not based on biology or genetics. A lot of people believe that people use these differences involving “race” to build a hierarchy in the world, but the thing is the hierarchy only starts with race and builds off of all of the other differences that exist between people. Because of the historical rule of primarily Anglo-Saxons, people with certain features were, and still are associated with success and are at the top of the hierarchy. This continues to cause more of a search for differences and a conflict between people because of the idea of one certain people being more valuable to society because of how they look or their “race” when it shouldn’t come down to this at all. The thing about it is that race is only the beginning of where the differences are looked at now people or pointing out individual features such as body type and eyes shape noses, all of these things just to provide a standard for society that no one will live up to. I have always been someone who tries not to judge people at all and in my eyes pointing out every little differences in someone is not productive and could turn into this, but in another since our differences make us who we are and we should be proud of them no matter what. No two human beings were made to be the exact same even those who were born identical twins. I think as people it is important to embrace our difference but in the same thought realize that no one person is better than another for those differences, not one feature or race should be superior to another. Its obvious that today issues that people thought were in the pass are still very relevant and stereotypes are beginning to form. Now this in my eyes stems from those differences we have. Because although you have that difference from one person you may share it with another and another and then all of a sudden people think all people like you share that feature. Games like the one in the content for the week become uncomfortable to play because on what grounds or facts are you determining what race you think these people are? It starts to open your eyes on the things you think about people that you didn’t notices and brings to light some unintentional opinions you hold.