White woman regrets black friend opportunity.

Jill Crusey,
San Diego, CA

Grew up on the south side of Chicago as a white girl who went to a high school where black students entered through one door and white students entered through another. Did not know how to bridge the divide in my heart and move toward my fellow black students even though we sat next to one another daily, Until Martin Luther King was assassinated and I felt the rage in the city that was burning, I did not know how to comprehend the issues. Today and everyday I want to apologize to my black friends for my inaction.


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