I didn’t grow up around very many minority children. I don’t recall my high school had more than a handful of African-American students when I attended and graduated. My college dorm had one African-American.
And my adult life hasn’t included many minorities, at least on a daily workplace basis. Actually, since I’ve worked in small towns in Colorado exclusively to this point – and in some cases by myself – I haven’t really worked with very many people, period.
Still, I’ve always believed everyone – no matter what their race, sex, age, the team they root for, etc. – should be treated the same. Continue reading “The struggle so far shows a long way to go”