Letters to the Editor

August 15, 2013 7:41 PM

Letters | Race perceptions; treatment of workers; kudos for First Responders

Let’s understand the meaning of perception. It means concept, felling awareness. When Jesse Jackson said he felt more comfortable when he saw white people walking behind him. That wasn’t being biased, racist, that was feeling. Feelings are neither wrong nor right; it’s a human condition that knows no color.

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