White who accepted racism too passively.
I grew up in a segregated society and accepted it passively. Even after I began to question it in the 60’s, not much moral indignation was expressed nor courage exhibited. Now I safely express my views that racism exists and is wrong in venues like letters to the editor, etc. Even so, I regrettably still harbor feelings of superiority.
– Walt Pulliam Jr.,
See Walt’s Race Card @The Race Card.
Michele Norris is the host of NPR’s All Things Considered and the author of The Grace of Silence.