I’m not proud of being a WASP.

Nancy MacLeod, Philo, CA. I have ancestors that came to America in 1630- among the 1st to take advantage of the indigenous people. What is to be proud of, is how your family lived, how you live. I can be proud of my family because they were hard working and honest- but were they compassionate […]

Be yourself, lose. Be others, win!

Rowanne Moon So, Campbell, CA. This race card is most relatable to those who were born as a Caucasian individual. In the country we reside in, we are dominated by people with a white complexion and that seems to always win everything over all.

Ashamed that my white privilege stifles others

Suzanne Rogers, Sherwood, AR. I was born with white privilege. I didn’t know true racism until I was married. I didn’t know that supposedly “good” people could be blatant racists. I learned my own white privilege wasn’t because my parents went to college and worked hard. It was simply because they were white. No one […]