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The date was July 1, 2000. It was a usual summer night but what made this a memorable night it was my 19th birthday. I was finally able to go into the clubs at Canada. You see I was the last one to turn 19. Therefore, I could not enjoy the clubbing scene until now. I was nervous yet excited about this night I have been for a long time. The drive seemed like it was hours away but in reality it was only 45 minutes. When we got to the bridge I was really nervous and scared. They asked us our citizenship I barely mumbled out U.S. Than they wanted to see our identification, so we all handed them our drivers license. They let us pass and handed back our drivers license and we headed to the club. We went and parked our car and stood in line to get in Windsor Music Cafe. We really didnt stand in line that long the bouncers also wanted to see our identification card and so I showed to them. He seen my birthday and realized it was today and wished me a happy birthday and told me to have a good time.When I entered in the club the music was blaring, people dancing, the air was full of cigarette smoke. There were people playing pool, there was people just standing at the bar getting themselves drinks. Than there were those people who were out on the dance floor having a good time. Last but not least the people who were just sitting down with their friends smoking a cigarette having a drink, and just having a good conversation with their friends. I have realized that the world has changed since the past 15 years. My life symbolizes this. How does my life symbolize this? Well, I come from an ethnic background that practices many different beliefs and rituals. Through my own eyes I have seen hate in its truest form. However, through ever passing year love and forgiveness growing in society....

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