Cutting Across Racial Lines

“And people still have, sorry to say, their prejudices and hang-ups on a black man going to go see a white man or a white man going to go see a black man. Sometimes we get stuck on stupid; we are afraid to address the questions of servicing someone who doesn’t look like us, and afraid to step outside of our comfort zones. You can’t ever let color blind you.” (more) (bonus coverage)

Kedar Ras, left, and George Lollar, seated, right

Published In: The Sunday Paper
Story & Photos by Will Pollock