Jennifer Berkemeier, Farmington Hills, MI. I’m a single mom. I adopted my daughter from Haiti in 2012 when she was 4 years old. I’m white, and 15 years older than most of her friends’ moms. We get a lot of stares and unwelcome comments from little kids (“Is she your grandma?” “How come you’re different […]
Corey, USA. 93%-95% of African-Americans voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012. Is it a coincidence that Obama is African-American? African-Americans can call each other “n*****” and freak out when white people use the word in a non-insulting way. They call white people crackers and they don’t care. If someone commits a crime towards an […]
James Johnson, Seattle, WA. One of my white peer teachers asked each black student if they wanted some BLACK COFFEE upon entering her class. Each student said no thank you. She asked them again with the emphasis on BLACK COFFEE. The student was 13 years old. This occurred in 2012 not 1932.
Kianna Young Sacramento, CA True Story. One day I was walking my dog down the street and talking to a friend on the phone, I see a guy walking in my direction but I didn’t pay him any attention. I didn’t even know him. He continues to walk down the street and I continue to […]
Cyrius Coyne Bucksnort, TN The Occupy protests of 2011 recruited large numbers of homeless people into the 2012 election for the Democrat underground. By stacking homeless people and liberal activists at the front of the line in key Republican districts on election day, then spending the maximum legal time per person in the voting booth, […]
Erin R. San Antonio, TX For too long I was unaware of my own racial privilege (as a white woman), but thanks to my graduate studies, my mentors, and my conversations with friends it is overwhelmingly apparent that slavery exists today in the US. To believe in a post-racial US is to ignore one’s own […]