Maureen McConnell, Inverness, FL. Since I taught in Boston public schools 30 years ago, my view of the racial landscape has forever changed. Since then, when I see an all white event or audience my subconscious asks “Where is everybody?” I like a mix of people best. That feels most comfortable.
Joe Everybody, Philadelphia, PA. Bet you don’t have the stones to publish my 6 words
Nona Lynn Simons Orangevale, CA My Six Words: Have you ever felt different from everybody else? I have and sometimes I still do! In the fifth grade, I was different because I was part Jewish and my classmates weren’t. They went to church and I didn’t. During the last week of school, one of my […]
Trey Bloesser, Savage, MT. I don’t think anyone in the world has never said, or thought something racist however these people are not true racists and are still good people.
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.
Ruby D. New York City, NY
Jeff Case Redwood City, CA It really doesn’t matter if you’re Black, White, Asian, Hispanic…the first thing you notice about anyone is how they are different from you. That is human nature. What isn’t human nature is the stereotypes that accompany those perceptions. Those are absent in early childhood, but learned over the years, fueled […]