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Posted inBlack Men SpeakCulture

Alex Hart-Upendo

Alex Hart-Upendo, 11, is a fifth-grader and already owns his own company called Build-A-Bow. But he’s also already experienced racism several times, something he feels “is just not right.” Check out more Black Men Speak videos: Corey Prince Kevin Brown Chester Todd Jr. John Tate II Mike Jackson Logan Tyler Ahmad Kweku Qawi Carl Fields […]

Posted inCommunityLetter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor: Let’s Stop Hating, Start Respecting Instead

**Editor’s Note: This Letter to the Editor was submitted by Racine resident Anna Laing. Why has so much hatred been unleashed in the United States?  Native Americans and Immigrants from around the world have been subjected to hatred and discrimination from the beginning of this nation.  Everyone in this country with the exception of Native […]