Sydney McDonald, Bangor, ME. In the past few years, a lot of lives have been lost. These lives, like Micheal Brown, Ervin Edwards, Tamir Rice, Diana Showman, and many others, are paid attention to for a month or two, trending and used as fire for the media and for those fighting for equality. However, they […]
Kevin Grumbles, Springfield, OR. I am a 30 year old white male, no one cares if I succeed or fail because there are thousands more just like me. My struggles are forgotten, no one cares about my demographic.
Anna Fraley, Jena, LA. Do people realize that Native Americans still exist? WHY are our struggles for equality not brought to thr forefront like those of the African Americans, Muslim Americans, and Latinos? We are the forgotten.
Hannah Warren, East Lansing, MI.
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.
Rei New York City, NY The Bronx I’m half black half Puerto Rican born in the Bronx.
Peggy Person Cleveland, TN I have always been so disappointed in “America”, for labeling bi-racial, or mixed race children as one race or the other. I am a white woman, who has had to listen to society brainwash my child into believing that he can be accepted as “anything but white”. I raised him to […]
Michael Riley Mulhern Phoenix, AZ That says it all for me, embarrassing really.
Kate Ann Arbor, MI “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. Your skin color and/or screaming “racist” don’t earn you a free […]