Michele George, Author, Columbus, OH. The struggle of being born in a brown body is heavy. Society treats ‘us’ as though we choose to have brown skin, choose to be persecuted, choose to be who we are created to be. The irony is my red is blood. The blood of those that kill me and […]
Anonymous, Spokane, WA. Playing on the radio when my 16-year-old friend in high school came back to school after her brother was murdered someone playing Russian Roulette while drunk in her home. Native American Family
Alicia Lara Los Angeles, CA Being a woman of color, a Chicana, is my source of strength. More often than not it is a shield to protect myself – even that means keeping others out.
Mary Lillie North St. Paul, MN