Brad Crump, Floral Park, NY. As a Presbyterian Pastor I serve a diverse congregation (Guyanese, Jamaican, Black, White). As a teacher I work for a Middle School in Springfield Gardens (97% non white). While I spend every day serving the diverse cornucopia of NYC I am seen by many as the problem, the privilege, the […]
Dominic Bradley, Brooklyn, NY.
E. Martin Hampton Roads, VA So often people act as if slavery was some prehistoric event whose effects should have dissipated. In reality, 150 years have not passed since the end of the Civil War. In reality, slavery not only induced poverty in African Americans but wealth in whites; slave owner or not free labor […]
Anonymous Garland, TX Seeing these race card statements, reading the essays, reassured to see that so many people are feeling this pain. Can we talk about it with each other and heal racism one relationship at a time but recognizing how alike we are? That would be a grand thing.
Dawn Clearwater, fl We are all healing these wounds- exposing it the air is the best way to heal.