Will Johnson, Omaha, NE. My father tried to ignore the crime and filth that appeared in the early 1970 in Flatbush, until he at the age of 60, was attacked with a butcher knife in his office by a new resident. Dad shot him in the heart with his legal pistol, and was found innocent […]
Peter Skuce, London, Ontario, Canada. It seems so easy but it also seems impossible to change such ingrained attitudes.
Denise Hills Tuscaloosa, AL I live in Tuscaloosa, AL. I’ve been involved with education, primarily at public schools, for years. This past election, I ran for chair of the city school board, because I wanted to be sure that the needs of all children in our system were met. I was blown away by some […]
Victor Bradley Nashville, TN Often the discussion about racism is constructed as a problem with race. As if the problem isn’t with the majority’s racist attitudes, the problem is the existence of minorities. “I don’t see you as Black” translates as “I don’t see you as Black, because if I did, I’d have to either […]
Yamel T. Colorado Springs, CO I was always pushed away because I could not speak English when I was little. As a result people never really got to know who I really am. I feel like people should never assume or outcast a person because they speak only a certain language, because they never get […]
Anonymous, Oakdale, MN. The Serenity Prayer is used by many different kinds of recovery groups because it helps focus ones strength on the issues one can control and helps to let go of those one cannot control. Its a tough prayer to apply all the time, but the one part I can always apply is […]
Winnie The Carter Center Atlanta, GA