A Rose Grew From The Concrete (Survey Results 5)

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Take a few moments and read the responses to our survey. We will be sharing each persons response separately so that everyone is able to digest the information. What you will see is that we are more similar in thought than you may have realized! Thank you in advance for reading, sharing and being a part of the conversation.
Q1
Please describe your race/ethnicity.

As white as they come

Q2
What is your age?
  • 25 to 34
Q3
Income Class
  • Middle Class
Q4
What does your ideal America look like?

Ideally, America would be peaceful. Everyone would understand sarcasm. Everyone would appreciate dialogue & diversity of opinion- or at least RESPECT the both. And America would be Trump free. We would have accountability for our leaders and accountability for our citizens. People would contribute to the greater good and see things positively. And we wouldn’t have to choose between dinner and healthcare.

Q5
What do you feel is holding us back from reaching your ideal America?

A lack of education and respect of diverse opinions. You

Q6
Is equality a core value in your life?
  • Yes
Q7
If yes to the question above, what action steps do you take or have you taken to ensure equality in the U.S. and why?

I treat everyone with respect. I listen. I learn. I grow. I encourage others to do the same and challenge narrow-mindedness

Q8
What barriers exist in your life to increasing your involvement?

Time & knowing where to get involved in causes that are positive.

Q9
What role do you think the government should play in race relations?

Interesting… part of me says “none”… but another part of me thinks that the government needs to consider diversity a requirement in our leadership. Tired of white males in their 50’s being elected to leadership roles. And accountability should be a mandate, not a question, when it comes to governmental leaders supporting acceptance of diversity and equality amongst races. However, the mathmetician inside of me says this- if we make race a numbers game, then we still don’t solve the underlying problem.

Q10
When you hear black lives matter, what does that mean to you?

News. Bad news. Not that I personally think BLM is a “bad” organization… I just think of the negative press that it has gotten. And Tomi Lahren’s crazy rants about BLM… ugh, that chick needs a muzzle.

 

If you are interested in continuing this conversation please comment as well as click the link below to fill out the survey and share you own personal responses.

A Rose Grew From The Concrete Survey

 

We have a stake in one another … what binds us together is greater than what drives us apart, and … if enough people believe in the truth of that proposition and act on it, then we might not solve every problem, but we can get something meaningful done for the people with whom we share this Earth.

-BARACK OBAMA

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