Ian Cyr Springfield, VA I read once, that those of us who are white and in our late 20′s and early 30′s (and probably those outside that age range) have been put in a difficult position by society. We’ve grown up being taught one thing – tolerance, equality, etc., while at the same time, growing [...]
Sandra Kahinga Brooklyn Park, MN I think people think they don’t think about race but it’s always in the back of their mind and subconsciously. It controls them and their reactions to others.
Colleen Stanturf Davis, CA With a disproportional number of black men in prison, the cycle of violence really has not been broken since slavery days. Whites violate blacks in so many hidden ways, that the fear of retaliation for the wrongness is squeezed into a systematic, subconscious projection of black as predator. That IS the [...]
Joe Earsom Denver, CO Listen to Joe’s story from NPR’s Talk of the Nation