I walk in, they hate me

Sidney Lozano, USA. When I walk into a room, any room I can feel every emotion arising from every single being. Everyone already hates me not because of the color of my skin but because they can not tell which “race” or “race(s)” that I belong to. Amongst this hatred is a hatred they feel […]

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In nature, only humans fight differences.

Trealavon Grier, Harrisburg, PA. As a dark skinned African American, I have only experienced racist rejection from others that look like me. Self hatred, unfortunately, is real. Now in my 40’s, I realized how much of my life was wastep on other people’s issues. This was the beginning of self love and the fulfillment of […]

Jenny has made you a pie

Trey Willy Seale, AL I was small and white. Jenny was old and black. She took care of me when I was little when my great aunts that I lived with were away at work. I played with her grandchildren at our home there in the country. Together we would climb the high magnolias, explore […]

Animosity will never solve the problem.

Soleil Baker Lakeland, FL Its ridiculous that people still view minorities, or anyone for that matter, to be less than themselves. Everyone is human, we all deserve respect. Hatred doesn’t solve anything; it won’t make the problem disappear. If anything, you’ll be feeding the fire.

I have been bullied by Blacks

Jane Fairfield, CA I was bullied heavily by African American women in Junior HS and told to watch ky back. I ran for secretary of my school against a very nice (AA) peer. It was my first experience with hatred I find now that there continues to be much hatred against whites but this never […]

Wear hijab does not mean terrorist

Penny Jessica Anwar USA I am a Muslim who sometimes wear hijab because it is the culture of my religion. every time when i wear hijab, people are looking at me like I’m from another world. they look curiosity and suspicious direct toward me. most people who don’t know Muslims think that all Muslim are […]

What’s worse: Black Man/White Woman?

KIRSTEN SCHOENLEBER SAINT PAUL, MN As a professional woman, I wonder about the differences between racism and misogyny. I have gone to meetings held at a country club. As I walked down a hall lined with pictures of past leaders, all white men, I wondered which would be more bothersome to them: me joining the […]

White people do not own racism

Matt Rose Sterling Heights, MI For five years I was a SHARP (Skinhead Against Racial Prejudice.) In those five years, every preconceived notion I had about racism, anti-racism and idealism got turned on its head. I was hated by racist Whites for being a “race traitor”, and hated by everyone else for looking like what […]