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True friends stay friends

On September 3, 1963, I started Ahrens Trade High School in Louisville KY.  The was only one black person in the whole school.  It was Richard Richardson.  Segregation was standard practice then.  No on in school would be friends with him.  I...

Perseverance

Bridging the racial divide By Andrew Kissell Bishop Sharma Lewis has asked us to tell our stories about racism. Here’s mine.–Andrew Kissell, member of Community United Methodist Church, Virginia Beach, and president of the Southeastern Jurisdiction United...