Kim Hollins, Portland, OR. It’s all about who you are and not what you look like in my book. A person’s character can greatly affect one’s perception of an individual as well as racial groups they may be a part of. What you say and do contributes to racial stereotypes and adversity way beyond the […]
Holly Clegg Ann Arbor, MI Culture makes us who we are; our roots make us who we are. We are defined by our interactions, identified by our achievements. But we are not who we are because of race.
Anaiah Evans Philadelphia, PA
Angela Garvey College Park, MD University of Maryland
David James Linden, MI Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation White, privileged so long, I’m blind. Define yourself now, or be defined. Every heart bleeds red blood, quietly. Thanks for letting me think about this… This is certainly one of the top five issues in our country.