We often make unfair assessments and jumping to conclusions about people based on their appearance, ethnicity, nationality, gender and even age, but they don't like us so appreciate.
To fight prejudices and stereotypes decided the American photographer Joel pares, who has created an amazing series of photographs entitled "Condemning America" ("Judging America"). Stop prejudice and stereotyping — that's what the message carried by the work of Joel. So let's deal with them together.
1. Not every ex-soldier or war veteran is homeless. Photo: Jacob Williams — a veteran of the war in Iraq.
2. Not every Muslim (Muslim) is a terrorist. Photo: Sugar Naughty nurse from new York.
3. Not every white southerner is a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Photo: Jack Johnson — pastor and missionary.
4. Not every Asian is a member of a crime group the Yakuza. Photo: world-famous artist Alexander Chapman.
5. Not every African American is a thug and a gangster. On the photo: Jefferson moon is a graduate of Harvard.
6. Not every Latino is an illegal immigrant that perform only physical work. On photo: Edgar gonzález — CEO of one of the 500 richest companies in the US by Fortune magazine.
7. Not every Asian girl is a masseuse or a manicurist. Photo: Sammy Lee is a graduate of Stanford University.
8. Not every "hot" the beauty of working in the sex industry. Photo: Jane Nguyen, a widow and mother of three children.
9. Not everyone who is wearing or looks in your opinion how gay is that. Photo: Ben Alvarez is the founder of family outreach program.
10. Not everyone who looks like "the nerd", is an outsider and a loser. Photo: Joseph Messer is the author of apps for iPhone worth millions of dollars.