The Color of Water

How is Ruth Mcbride a hero in the color of water?

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Ruth is a survivor and a fighter. She goes against "the grain" in fundamentalist Jewish family with an abusive father. Ruth has a lot of wisdom that are universal truths. One is the fact that we are all human beings and that God, in whatever form, would not care about the colour of one's skin, “God is the color of water. Water doesn't have a color.” Ruth avoids the whole question of ethnicity to her kids. She would rather consider the human race rather than ethnic race.

Ruth also knew that education in all its forms was the key out of ignorance, “I asked her if I was black or white. She replied "You are a human being. Educate yourself or you'll be a nobody!”