“In his serious, emphatic way, he urged us, as though his message held grave importance, to remember that we were always representatives of our race when we interacted with others. “You might be the only Japanese a person ever meets,” he insisted, “and that person will judge the entire race based on how you act. It might not seem fair, but it’s true.””
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