Ramon Gonzales Sacramento, CA Growing up I can clearly remember saying that whites were the superior race in this country wheter it was being used as a joke or a serious matter. When it comes to the issue of race their is no such thing as being superior over another race. Currently our President of [...]
Andy Jason Ellison England
Anonymous I grew after this period of time, but I grew up being taught that we are all humans who have feelings, hopes dreams, and emotions. We are all equal here.
Patricia Bobadilla Sundelin Umea, Sweden You will never be forgotten for the strength and courage and the will and hope for a equal world for all.
Glennette Clark Washington DC Integration did a great disservice to black people in that we thought that we achieved a dream that turned out to be a nightmare. Teachers stopped caring about students and students stopped caring about achieving. Instead, we became “affirmative action’ed” because we lowered our expectations of ourselves along with everyone else. [...]
Jeff Schaffer Los Angeles, CA Seeing this exhibit reminds me of the sacrifices made by our predecessors, and inspires me to continue working for a world in which all are cherished for their diversity, and there is equal opportunity for all.
Isabella Beavan New York City, NY Brooklyn It is not right to treat people different because their color skin is different
Malley Morales Dallas, TX Nowhere in the Bible does it say, “and then Jesus whipped his slaves, who were inadequate because of their skin color.” We are all brothers and sisters in Christ, we are all equal.
Daniel Varner Detroit, MI The University of Michigan Law
Nick Lakewood, CO Personally, my experience with racism hasn’t been very bad, Growing up in this time period, my generation has come to accept the idea seeing someone for their character, instead of their appearance. In middle school, was called a couple names, but they weren’t necessarily directed towards my ethnicity, but towards my physical [...]
Britta Solan Des Moines, IA Drake University Skin…why skin? Shouldn’t we judge by something more productive…kindness…ability to make a difference…what we can contribute… we are all hurt by this out dated system
Margaret Samuel IL I grew up in Dallas, overcame my parents’ “seperate but equal (kind of)” thinking, don’t feel dislike or hatred of any people group. But I am tired of the attitude I frequently encounter. Just because I’m “white”, actually a dark beige, does NOT mean I am a racist!
Mark Labadie Pensacola, FL
Amanda Speth Lancaster, PA
Lucia Flores Medford, MA My parents raised us to be proud of our Dominican heritage, and at the same time went to great lengths to ensure that we had the cultural/intellectual capital to succeed in a white-dominant society. As a result, I am an active participant in American culture as well as Dominican/Hispanic culture in [...]
Michaela Giovannoli Ann Arbor, MI
Kashia Blake Hagerstown, MD
Claudia J. Ford Providence, RI For the vast majority of natural births we all come into the world exactly equal. But race remains the social and political myth that has circumscribed and defined who I am and who I am not, both negatively and positively.
Keenan Wright Lakewood, CA
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Rodger Stinson Columbus, OH Thank you for allowing me to participate. I was taught by my parents that the color of one’s skin does not determine what kind of person you are. They also stated that the kind of person you are is determined by what kind of person you are on the inside, and [...]
Lynne D. Green Detroit, MI Understanding Race Project – University of Michigan That’s what we hear in America and I haven’t seen any evidence of it yet!!!!
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