Chris G Murray New York City, NY Manhattan As an activist in the 60’s/70’s and having had our share of victories, I continue the fight for liberty, freedom and doing what is morally right. All people must live together and combine their strengths to fight against the multi-national corporations
Lea Houston, TX Be aware of what is happening not just in your inner bubble but in the world. Know your rights. Know your culture. Know your voice.
David Pham Poughkeepsie, NY When I was young, my mom told me a macabre anecdote about the Vietnam War. She remembered that American soldiers would go through villages in search of Vietcong. As they went through, they would ask villagers in English if they were indeed Vietcong or not. Some villagers, though they did not [...]
D. Frost VA The goal is to embrace diversity for all; not just for minorities. Everyone one should receive the same rights and NOBODY should receive special treatment or advantages.
Carol G. Arnold, MD I want to be able to hold my head high when my grandchildren look at old pictures of this time!
AGHillery Upper Marlboro, MD In a “post-racial” era, race is as dominant a factor in people’s lives as it ever was. President Obama notwithstanding, white is still right. So, white folks, rest easy. It’s still your world.
Joann MO Submitted via NPR’s Talk of the Nation My six words are actually two, six word conversations between a black father and son about avoiding certain areas of town: Son, indignant: I have the right to be! Father: Yes, just not “be” over there. Naively thought we had settled this.
Kevin Rooney San Francisco, CA Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation