Samantha Williams, Pensacola, FL. My father is black and my mother is Filippino. I was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada where the majority of my mother’s family lives, I was not as well acquainted with my father’s side of the family. My father stated that they weren’t going to make the same “mistakes” with […]
Vancouver, Submitted via Twitter: @JAY_MC In Kenya for humanitarian work right before the election. Things got hairy and I was stuffed in a secret part of van.
Greg S. Furman, Vancouver, WA. They will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character. Except white males. Your privilege predetermined your only value.
Kacie Vancouver, WA I grew up in a very white area of the U.S. and still at 23 years old, I’ve had very few friends of different races or lifestyles. Only within the last year have I learned a lot about a different race (Hispanic culture, particularly Mexican) and it has been the most eye […]
William Hood Vancouver, B.C., Canada A successful tomorrow requires humanity to be connected as brothers and sisters for our children and grandchildren to survive and thrive. We are each one finger but cannot hold this promise of tomorrow alone. Our diversity is our strength. Our common humanity our bond.
Jeanne Silvey Vancouver, WA
Anthony Ricotta Vancouver, WA I have a really hard time with this issue because people seem to assume my objection to the behavior/action of illegal immigration is a racial thing. However, I don’t care about the culture or nation from whence someone comes, I simply object to breaking the law! I understand that for some, […]
Anne Guillory Thom Vancouver, WA Don’t feel comfortable in ethnically oriented gatherings, except in Louisiana.
Dan Euliss Vancouver, WA You get to feel the other side of the race card.