I was fortunate to be born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, where it’s so diverse.
Growing up, it felt good to see people who looked like me and to get to know those who were different. My parents also instilled in me the idea that it’s OK to have friends that don’t look like you. With that mindset and my ability to quickly make friends, I never found reasons to discriminate against or dislike someone based on anything related to race.
Continue reading Carolyn Gill’s journey toward anti-racism