Miguel Ramirez-Cornejo, Riverside, CA. As a kid I was told that because I grew up in the barrio that I would become a cholo. I would grow up to be in a gang, do drugs, and end up in jail. I heard this from other kids and even adults. But as I grew I used […]
Abdu Osman, Grand Rapids. Folks, you better judge me by my deeds rather than by my fate over which I have no control whatsoever.
David Ringlein, Lansing, MI. It’s really not about race; it’s about any way we can separate.
Sandra Kahinga Brooklyn Park, MN I think people think they don’t think about race but it’s always in the back of their mind and subconsciously. It controls them and their reactions to others.