What does it mean to speak openly about divisive social issues from which we can't completely remove ourselves? We strive to break down our assumptions and challenge our roles. As the evidence for institutional racism grows and grow, so does our desire to uncover practical solutions to senseless prejudice and violence.
To do this we have to be creative. We have to try new things, reach beyond what is comfortable, and grasp what has yet to be grasped. Can we foster a sense of closeness with our countrymen and women without compromising our individuality? Can we work together in a time when working together seems impossible?