Tee Baton Rouge, LA
Tee Baton Rouge, LA
Fess Makame Justice, Oakland, CA. This is a quote by Shakespeare who helped organize the Bible.
Ayvee Verzonilla, San Francisco, CA.
Jaylene Ortiz, Harrisburg, PA. America is built off of a foundation of love, but where is the trust? How much can we trust each other? The government? The people sent to help us? Who do you trust with your life? Can you think of anyone? Trust is a big part of America and human beings […]
Benjamin Macedo, Mountain View, CA. Racism is largly due to the lack of trust amongst people. This feeling unfortunately tends to be distributed through media by presenting the negative relationships which encourage prejudice behavior.
Omar Ortega, Pescadero, CA.
Bert Olson, San Jose, CA. This is an observation on human nature, not confined to race. Humans tend to bond with people of similar appearance and background. It takes effort to understand the other.
Kelly M., Riverside, CA.
Mr.Jones, Kalamazoo, MI. I feel that its very hard to trust white people due the their past/present, global destructive and deceptive nature. I know all white people aren’t bad but I feel that I have to be on guard when around them. I still see negative qualities in them that my grandad talked about from […]
Alison Blomster Minneapolis, MN I think there are some healthy reasons why stereotypes of black male teens exist. After being mugged by 5 black teenage boys wearing hooded parkas, I can understand the fear that any other person, of any skin color could feel when confronted by a black male teen whose eyes cannot be […]
Aisha Washington, DC
Evelyn P Yenson Seattle, WA And we need to have mutual trust, respect and kindness
Phyllis W Ross Austin, TX
Kwende Idrissa Madu, Russellville, AL. I am a seeker or TRUTH!
Dr. Carmen Beverly Auburn, AL Not your nurse, maid or clerk…really a fierce brown lady doctor trying to keep everyone well.
Kwende Idrissa Madu Russellville, AL REVOLUTION IS THE SOLUTION!
Fred T Black Detroit, MI After so many years the atmosphere created by the Lynch papers among people of color, is finally dissipating. More and more groups are beginning to work together to improve society. A foundation of trust is being built.
Laura Bell Gahanna, OH Disowned by my “white” family after my mother married a black man, I was raised by my step-father’s family since the age of three, I am 41 now. Anger towards the family that left us, happy for the family that welcomed us.