Donna Corrigan, Bloomingdale, IL. People would not be so afraid of the changes happening with racial imbalance in our country if laws weren’t being broken, people weren’t coming illegally, committing crimes, selling drugs. Of course it’s not everyone! But there are make people afraid and that’s enough to cause prejudice. Fear promotes anger. Anger promotes […]
Geoff Cormier, Amarillo, TX.
Jameel Morrison, Submitted via Twitter: @jameelmorrison.
Emily Watterson, Los Angeles, CA.
Jackie Spencer, New York, NY. The generalization we attach to people based on race is appalling. As an example when you speak of “immigrants” you do not think of this white blond person! I hope that raising this point makes people think before they generalize. We are all individuals with different beliefs and personalities and […]
Tanisha Rueter, Gladstone, MO. It makes me sad when people tell me my son is “too white”. No, he is perfect, just like everyone else it. The world would be a boring place without the many different colors.
Grant Malec, Honolulu, HI. I am taking a course that talks a lot about race and different ethnicities and I think this project is a great way to break down the barriers.
Deanna Dantas, West Long Branch, NJ. Monmouth University
Countess Lene Los Angeles, CA We’re one family!
Cherisse Hayes, USA. The borders of the structure of race are become more prevalent and defined, racists are getting more brute at protecting those borders.
Harold Rice, Ann Arbor, MI. On Location: University of Michigan The University of Michigan has the 8th most international students in the country, which causes all of it’s students to be both accepting and interactive with cultures far different from their own. I came to the university from a town that was 99% white, and […]
Nancy Sonduck, Spokane, WA. Spokane Falls Community College
Terry McMillan Submitted via Twitter: @MsTerryMcMillan
Dean Solonmi New York City, NY Manhattan
Dana Rooks, Glenn Dale, MD.
Katie Bruno Wadsworth, OH
David Gizara Eugene, OR Explore Identity I’m from the east coast and often find myself missing being surrounded by folks of different skin colors, cultures and accents.
Brian Konz Ann Arbor, MI Understanding Race Project- University of Michigan
Roxanne Davenport Chambersburg, PA Submitted at the Penn Central Conference UCC 2011
Jeffrey Deffenbaugh Kensington, MD I grew up in what was the most diverse zip code in the country at the time in the sixties, 20895. I went to school with people of all colors and nationalities. I never learned how to hate. It’s all about how you’re raised isn’t it? I had great parents and […]
Submitted via Twitter: @MsTerryMcMillian Otherwise I would have missed a lot of love in my life.