Amanda Denise Ballantyne
New York City, NY
I was at a dinner when a group ,mid 60s/early70s (age), of Caucasians were eating their sunday breakfast discussing an event. I specifically heard a section of the conversation, “I can’t stand moments like that. We are in America, speak English we are in America.” It still amazes me that things like that are still said because America is not only English, it is every language in the world united. But often times that is forgotten.