Elizabeth Liechti Chicago, IL Because I also speak German and Arabic I am sometimes VERY tempted to have a bit of fun with the person or persons making the assumption. Usually I say nothing and simply walk out of earshot, but once in a while I find it necessary to say, in English, “I can […]
Rilajah, Philadelphia, PA.
I have not experienced racism. It’s as flat as that. My whole family are nice people and I have not been exposed to racism. However, I do know quite a bit about it. From the history of how racism came to be to the people who changed it for better and worse. My ethnicity is […]
Keith Martin, Submitted via Twitter: @KeithM8140 @michele_norris #theracecardproject
Joshua DuBois, Submitte via Twitter: @joshuadubois #TheRaceCardProject #ShiningALight #6wordstory
Michael Goldberg, Dallas, TX. Race conversations should always be happening no matter your background or skin color. Stop the finger pointing on both sides and start talking to solve the problems.
Åsa Nojd San Francisco, CA For better or worse, my accent changes others’ perception of me in an instant when they hear me speak. That used to make me feel very self-conscious and I sometimes avoided talking, not to reveal that I’m actually a foreigner and not just another white American. It took me a […]
Sarah Sherman Ann Arbor, MI
Paola Mendez Ann Arbor, MI Understanding Race Project- University of Michigan Race is a social construct and will continue to be seen as an issue in our society until we stop making it one. We need to simply teach our children that people look different but that appearances have no effect on one’s character and […]
Kate Chisolm MD I get a lot of nasty backlash for discussing race relations and social inequality. I’m told to shut up and stop trying to change things, but I’m not trying to harm anyone. I want to be informed, and I want equality.
Nate Hoffmann Oakland, CA I am a student in Ms.Tunik’s English class at Bishop O’ Dowd High School
Catherine Mims La Mirada, CA Race exists. When people have honest and constructive dialogues about race, beliefs can be challenged and minds can be opened.