Sally Childs-Helton, Indianapolis, IN. I was raised (white) in the pre-segregated south and grew up with separate bathrooms, water fountains, and schools. My parents ran a general store and many of our customers were black and I knew them and their families as members of our rural community. There was a black family I knew […]
Brooklyn, NY Submitted via Twitter: @Sistalocks
Sandra C. Seaton East Lansing, MI Listen to Sandra’s story from NPR’s Talk of the Nation
Malcom, USA. Racism is bad and we should stop it in fact we WILL stop it!
Josie Watanabe Seattle, WA Too many people believe that our work is done. Or why do we still need affirmative action? I wish for everyone to stop, listen and look around so that we can really take a closer look at race relations in our country and find real ways we can keep moving forward […]
J White, Ann Arbor, MI. Understanding Race Project, University of Michigan
Gary Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation As a police officer most black people talk to me like they want to fight before I even talk to them. They know nothing about me. My Latino partner is always called Uncle Tom. I give respect when I get respect. Why do so many blacks hate […]
Michael Burgess Bluffton, SC