Danger Of A Single Story

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The danger of a single story is the risk of limiting your knowledge of a particular person, place, or thing without really knowing the true understanding of it. A single story makes you start to categorize things in a certain way and makes you start to think that it is the true meaning, it doesn't make you open up to a different side of it because you are limited to only of what you know and think and nothing can change your mind. “The Africa You Don’t Know” really represents and shows the danger of a single story because the Africa you think and know probably isn't what actually exists. People in America that haven't researched about Africa and only have a judgement of it being just a place full of starving kids. Because that's all we see

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