A Message from 1960 S. Korea about the Ubiquitous Struggle in the Fight for Justice
I love how you ended this with the positive. "Be a teacher. Be a student. Be a parent..." We can do those things and many times do, do those things without even thinking about it. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. Well done. - Amy
This is beautiful, Linda. I loved reading Kim Su-Young's poem! And it's so true of the challenges we face today. Also, the reminder of all the roles we play in life that can make a difference and impact change - teacher, mentor, parent, friend. Because racism is everywhere it is important that we listen and learn, that we engage in dialog (without screaming, name calling, or turning away). Time to get comfortable being uncomfortable.