Shirin Akhter, Philadelphia, PA. When I tell other that I am Asian, they don’t believe me because they think my skin color is a little dark or my eye shape or the way I talk. I am west asian, i am from the west side of asia. All asians don’t look alike, we don’t have […]
Angela Clark Little Rock, AR
Richard Roberts New York, NY
Larissa Duertscher Vienna, Austria I am speaking up – and after this exhibition more than ever!
David Bradley Philadelphia, PA
Marci Russell, Durham, NC. I don’t think people understand how serious the racist comments they say are. Even if they’re just joking, It’s hurtful. I wish people would just think before they act. If people just thought about what they are going to say before they say it, I believe the world would change one […]
Su Stevens Dallas, TX I spent the first 24 years of my life in Mississippi. My father was from New Orleans and my mother was born and raised in Mississippi. I am Caucasian. My parents believed and taught us that every person was the same no matter what was different about them. At such a […]
Merrisa Hall York, PA This is an awesome project.. This allows people to be honest and make others aware that RACE should be discussed. Some people don’t like to discuss Race because it make them uncomfortable but guess what I don’t like being judged because of my race. Thank you, Michelle Norris.
Shardae Mendes-De Jesus New York City, NY
Courtney Rae Ortonville/Morris, MN
Paul Hobson Douglasville, GA My paternal great-grandfather was white who loved my great grandmother who was a slave. They lived together as one because they could not be married under VA law. He gave us our name and cared for all his children. My grandfather could not tell me our family history beyond his father. […]
Deanna Marquart Sacramento, CA Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation
James Patrick Wertz Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation
Dan DelGesso Wrightstown, PA Heard you on Talk of the Nation today.
Susan Knight-Smith Marietta, GA. Read more about the racial divide in Marietta, GA.