Chris Wehunt, Overland Park, KS. So much focus is put on splitting up races, every time the race card is used in the media you see social media flipping out, looking for cases of white or black people being attacked by the opposite race, then guilt tripping not only mass media, but society as a […]
Kacie Vancouver, WA I grew up in a very white area of the U.S. and still at 23 years old, I’ve had very few friends of different races or lifestyles. Only within the last year have I learned a lot about a different race (Hispanic culture, particularly Mexican) and it has been the most eye […]
Samuel J. Lawson Indianapolis, IN I’m always annoyed when I have to fill out a form that only includes five or six races and there is no ‘other’ option. I feel ignored when I’m lumped together with all the “white” people in the world. “White” is not a race, it’s just a color.
Gregory M. Foster Sr. Hamden, CT I served in the military with many different races. they were my friends my brothers in arms and my companions in times of despair I never felt they were anything less then another human being!
Stefany Barba Ann Arbor, MI
Mei Powers Silver Spring, MD Because that’s the only two Asian races that matter?
Benjamin A. Underwood McAllen, TX
Anonymous I’m tired of people of other races blaming white people for their problems. I’m a white person, I guarantee you that I haven’t done anything to oppress or persecute anyone, and I’m not going to feel guilty for crimes that I have not committed.
Yaritza Texeira Houston, TX
Nick Shine Submitted via: NPR Talk of the Nation
Raoul M. Ilew Marietta, GA Read more about the racial divide in Marietta, GA.