This is a very good story because it explains the structures that can lead to discriminatory behavior. For a group of students who have been racially isolated/segregated, their response makes sense. Though I'm not condoning it. This story explains group/personal behaviors, but it also talks about the structures that can exacerbate discrimination on several levels. My only criticism is that it would have been nice to see the juxtaposition of the lives of black students and Vietnamese students. We get the background of immigrant students, but what about those who have lived in the area for so long and have been neglected for decades. What are their parents' stories? How do their stories align with those of immigrant students?