Being “colorblind” is not the answer.

L. A. Elliott,
Rockwall, TX.
Submission collected from Pro Publica: Segregation Now Series

Every person has a story, a culture, a past and especially a future. If you ignore person’s race in an attempt to be colorblind and inclusive, you’re actually taking away their story, their culture, their past and especially their future. Instead, build your relationships with the world based on authentic respect for our differences.


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