I experienced the ravages of racial discrimination as a child, and even as an adult, and I’ve seen discrimination against women, and wars all over the world because of ethnic discrimination. The greatest discrimination in the world now, here in Atlanta or in New York is a discrimination against poor people. We don’t even know them. We care in general about homelessness, or drug addiction, or school dropouts, but we don’t know a homeless person, and we don’t know a drug addict, and we don’t know a school dropout or a teenage pregnant woman. This is not a deliberate discrimination, it’s a discrimination by default. We tend to build a plastic bubble around ourselves so that we only have to associate with people just like us. And so, this suffering that still goes on in our country and around the world is very severe.