I dropped out! White flight city.

Theresa Fichter Council Bluffs, IA Council Bluffs, IA in the early eighties was mostly white. Middle class and drugs and alcohol was a problem in school. But, not as bad as pregnancies and bad administration, in schools.

Hometown never knew anybody unlike me

Scott A. Hall Adel, IA Growing up in a small Midwestern town the entire population of the town looked like me, acted like me, worshiped like me. It wasn’t really until college that I was able to truly experience diversity of culture, race, nationality.

RACE MAKES US DIFFERENT, NOT UNEQUAL.

The Elementary children of the Faith Formation Class at First United Methodist Church of Iowa City, IA After much sharing and discussion, our statement was unanimously agreed upon. Learn how to use the Race Card in YOUR classroom. The Race Card Project_ Classroom Activity_2012