The Color of Water

Matter of race and identity she ignored

why does Ruth ignore these matters and how does this influence her children?

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Ruth never really ignored matters of race and identity, she just didn't see them as important. Ruth was a genuinely accepting person. She didn't see color when she fell in love, and she didn't see that her children belonged to two different races because she did not live her life in terms of race.


The Color of Water