R.E.A.L. Talk, High Tech Middle Media Arts, 7th Grade Trailblazer Growing up I never encountered racism. I use to think everyone had the privilege to do anything they like such as going to the same restaurant or going to the movies. What I know now is that is wasn’t like that. Our history has shown […]
Rilajah, Philadelphia, PA.
Gabriel Rouse, Madison, WI. I’ve always felt like race is a simpler issue than we as humans like to make it. Why can’t everybody love everybody? Have you ever seen a real young kid discriminate? The picture is my best friend of all time and I when he visited me this summer; he lives in […]
Kaye Saunders, Chapel Hill, NC.
Joel McCall, New York, NY.
Nicholas Herndon, Antwerp, OH.
Secundra Beasley, Submitted via Twitter: @letbeasley #TheRaceCardProject #ShiningALight
Forster Goodrich, Lyne, NH.
Gregory Kennedy New Orleans, LA
Chadwick Campbell Berkeley, CA Being black and from Louisiana, searching for my family past my great grandparents is very difficult. Finding people who were, literally, not legal citizens of this country is a very difficult endeavor.
Vicki Dallas, TX I’m half Korean and Half White. As I grew up in an environment where I saw my parents overcome language and cultural barriers, in addition to the normal everyday marriage issues. When I was a kid, i didn’t think anything of it and thought that everyone had parents who would argue about […]
Cecilia Crocker Minneapolis Community & Technical College, MN
Mohamed Jamal Minneapolis Community & Technical College, MN
LB White does not mean privileged. My grandfather grew up one room house with no electricity and an outhouse. My father worked hard so we didn’t have to.
Pamela McGuire Submitted via Twitter