Roving Camera 8-22-19: To what extent do you think distinctions between races are important?
I think we’re all the same. We’re all the human family. — Brenda Hill, Self-employed, Jamaica Plain
There are major differences between races, but it’s mostly culture. — Monalisa Callwood, Mother, Jamaica Plain
I think the differences are greater than what we share in common. — Erina Miller, Program Manager, Dorchester
Not so much. What matters is how we treat each other. Whites treat us like second class citizens. — Robert, Sales Associate, Dorchester
I’m half white and I identify as black. I think we share a lot in common, but we’re treated differently. — Shaunna, Barista, Dorchester
Most people look at the differences. I think the differences and similarities balance out, though. — Ashleigh, Social Worker, Roxbury