#WATWB: Coming Together

Mary J Melange

I’m certain everyone has seen the images on TV and social media and knows of the protests since the shooting of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020. Needless to say, there is a call for transformation within police departments across the country and the equal treatment of the black community in America – not just by police, but by all citizens.

In clicking on THIS LINK, you’ll read four stories of communities and people coming together against racism from ET Online. Out of the darkness of racism comes the positive light of adults and children willing to help change other’s hearts and minds in the acceptance of human beings whose only difference is skin color.

  1. Caroline Crockett Brock, a white woman living in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, has been making headlines for starting a dialogue about race with Ernest Skelton, a black appliance technician…

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