Dara Boyd, Austin, TX. I am always hearing people say, “my people”, “your people”, “our people”, but why can’t we just be people? It never crossed my mind to call all white people or more specifically Norwegian people (which is a portion of my ancestry) “my people” because they simply are not. America, hell the […]
Heather Melberg, Renton, WA. I am born and raised in Seattle. Lived in Japan my junior year of high school. Fascinated with all races and cultures and our stories of now and the past.
Nancy Sonduck, Spokane, WA. Spokane Falls Community College
Sherry Weaver, Woodstock, GA. Our family is a beautiful rainbow. We are pink with brown spots and brown with pink spots. We are just a family. I didn’t “rescue” anyone-we gave each other gifts. I was given the incredible gift of love and diversity, and they got a family who loves them and can appreciate […]
Charity Dell, Groton, CT. The beauty of humanity is in our God-given genetic diversity–in all its infinite variety! The DNA molecule is a miracle of divine engineering; we humans are blessed to have it.
Rachel, USA. We are all human and we are not different but the same. A beautiful rainbow.
Jeff Keever Seattle, WA I just wish people would get out of their minds that the focus on “race” only includes some sort of ethnic identification. When people speak of diversity they should be speaking of all kinds of differences–differences in abilities, sexual preference or identity, religion, or any other sort of differences that may […]
Emily Jackson Baltimore, MD
Mark Mathes Cleveland, OH We’ve come so far and yet we’ve along way to go. sad and unfortunate.
Webdoyenne, Tampa Bay, FL. (I am a) middle-age white female…but it’s not even an issue for my son…college freshman…who has friends from many ethnic groups and every color of the rainbow.
Jeff Thao, Sacramento, CA.