Alf Newlin, NJ. These six words popped in my mind while watching the national coverage about Ferguson as well as from a multi year experience centered around a community’s effort to materially improve community friendly public safety. Oddly the demographics for the referred to community are so very different than those communities currently in the […]
William Josephs Chicago, IL
Susan Kosciolek Chattanooga, TN Many black American’s were being turned away from registration places for a variety of reasons in an effort to keep them from voting in the 1972 Presidential Election, especially in the South. As a young white woman in 1971, I marched arm and arm with black Americans in Cairo, Illinois as […]
Christian Meyer San Francisco, CA A denial of opportunity, such as employment or admission to a higher learning institution, for example, based on the color of one’s skin color is an act of racism.
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Jessica Sheffield Age 8 Iowa Jessica Sheffield at age 8 as quoted by her adoptive father, Val Sheffield at the University of Iowa He wonders, “Should I be happy or dismayed by this comment?”