Markers, colored pencils, regular pencil, paper cutouts
The significance of my hexagon is that it has to do with discrimination. Which is the act of being prejudice towards a person of another race or culture.
This topic is important to me because I believe that among many of the faults humans have discrimination, I believe is the worst. If we weren’t so prejudice towards one another then we would have a more interdependent world and we wouldn’t bring each other down but strive to encourage each other to do better.
The people in my hexagon are different colors. The people on the right and left are farther apart and have opposite colors, but the person in the middle joins those two people together with the colors that they already have, making them connected. In the background it is black representing the destruction and irresponsibility of humanity. The blotches of color represent that even though things are dark and cruel if we come together we can bring forth the light and make a change in the world even if it is small it still creates an opening and opportunity for light to shine and for there to be more happiness in the world not hate. I also chose the colors of the rainbow to represent because there are a variety of colors as there are people. Since the colors of the rainbow blend and don’t contradict one another they become a beautiful sight. Making the colors interdependent. I believe that we as different races, must come together during difficult times. Even though each of us are a different color we can still blend well if we work together.