Dev Michel Luthra, Jamaica Plain, MA. I am the child of an Indian (Asian) father and a European mother, both of whom were raised in Africa. I have spent most of my life here in the US. My brother and children were born here. I still struggle with how entitled the white elite is in […]
Pat Grauer, DeWitt, MI. We are the comma. We are the now. We are the small point between great ancient forces and a future of positive change in human relationships.
Trey Willy Seale, AL I was small and white. Jenny was old and black. She took care of me when I was little when my great aunts that I lived with were away at work. I played with her grandchildren at our home there in the country. Together we would climb the high magnolias, explore […]
Bassey Etim-Edet Washington, DC No, my name is NOT unique or interesting. You’re world is just very small.
Aaron Boockvar-Klein New York City, NY Manhattan When there are two choices, one the does not affect you personally but may be beneficial to others, and one that is easier, lazier, choose the former.
Jenny Grant, MI Even though my exposure to the outside world is limited, I choose to see others the way I hope they see me: I think; I dream; I hope; I laugh; I love; I am human.
Damian Solorzano Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation