Wes, Boston, MA. I feel like the topic of race has become uncomfortable for many people because we assume the worst of people’s words. A discussion that includes the ethnicity of another person too commonly leads to an argument or someone accused of being a racist when no harm was intended or when a fact […]
Forster Goodrich, Lyne, NH.
Joshua Godhart, Woodland Hills, CA. I just feel really sad for a people that feel so dirty inside that they have to oppress every race they come in contact with since history began. Racism is a really sad legacy to leave.
Jeff Schaffer Los Angeles, CA Seeing this exhibit reminds me of the sacrifices made by our predecessors, and inspires me to continue working for a world in which all are cherished for their diversity, and there is equal opportunity for all.
Mike Herschman Baton Rouge, LA
Joni USA I had a really good friend who happened to be black; witnessed the pain and struggles; felt ashamed of the white race
Patricia Armstrong St. Louis, MO I was no more than 7 years old and made friends with a black girl in the neighborhood. We really had a lot of fun together and my family did not object. After a few weeks, I was invited to her house. After her father saw my white skin, he […]
Anonymous USA Child of holocaust survivors, saddened by all hatred
Ann Friedman Chevy Chase, MD
Bill O’Fallon Brentwood, TN A variation of walking in another’s shoes… What would it feel like, really, to be another race for a time? “Black Like Me” sure hit the mark……
Lloyd Knob San Francisco, CA
Rev. David Hurst Ann Arbor, MI
Steve Dobbs Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation