"Man, if I was twenty-three, I wouldn't be teaching. I'd be living it up. What are you doing teaching?"
"Because then I get to see your face make expressions like that one."
"I'd be living it up. I wouldn't be a teacher and I wouldn't be teaching Indian kids."
"Wait. Why wouldn't you be teaching Indian kids?"
"Because we're dumb, man."
It's not a unique conversation. But it's the internalized negative stereotypes that we work to prove wrong.