"I love Suzanne and her thoughtful analysis on so many topics. She reminds me of you, in fact. I think that both of you make us think and reexamine the issues, and are in a category all your own. I think the topic is interesting on so many levels, as it speaks to how do people define themselves when they are mixed race, have parents with differing religions, or other "differences" that are part of their identities? I just hope he is a good leader, whatever his colour/race. I think he just might be..." Linda, Restyled Home
"I couldn't agree more. As a young woman who is both Hispanic and Caucasian, I'm more often than not thought to be white because of my coloring. My Hispanic side sees me as Hispanic while people who don't know my culture see me as something else. I am looking forward to the day that race will not matter, and we can go on as humankind." Dolcechic
"Suzanne, thank you for bringing this up. Prejudice is ancient. But the world is/seems smaller now and we desperately need to learn to get along with our worldly neighbors. I think that this man will help bring about the day when color is not the primary factor in a person's description. Just looking at his calmness in the face of huge challenges brings a feeling of hopefulness back to me. The photos of him with his family will do more to encourage the sense of family than anything else. Peace, love, and hope to all." Arlene (we need your link, Doll)
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