Peter M. Crowley, Martinez, USA. The son of a disabled, white American Anthropologist from Peoria, IL and a dark skinned Trinidadian East Indian Headmistress, I learned at an early age about race, ethnicity, and identity. It has always fascinated me that given the United States own identity as a melting pot, that so many Americans […]
Charles James Martinez, CA Feel the collective guilt of being white, and the responsibility to move forward in my time.
E. L. Walsh Martinez, CA I never had a black social friend till I lived in Asia. I was so glad to see her walking down my street! As a white female of vaguely Southern background, I often feel more comfortable with some black women than with some fellow white Californians. Class (as a system […]
Allan Arthur Martinez, CA