Rosna Delucca Pompano Beach, FL Growing up on a small island, I was colorblind. I didn’t know that one day the color of my skin will make me feel uncomfortable in America.
Leonard Goldstein Fort Wayne, IN
Charles Long Birmingham, AL Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation I am a 52 year old white man from Birmingham, Al. I had the opportunity to meet Michele at the 16th Street Baptist Church when she was promoting her book “The Grace of Silence”. The more I learn about life in America for African [...]
The confederate flag is often a litmus test in society. For some it is symbol of pride. The kind of thing people affix to their car bumper or tattoo on their arm. For others it is symbol representing an ugly sentiment that falls along a spectrum of racial intolerance and outright hate. HEAR MORE on [...]