Dialogue

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Dialogue/2002

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Comment sent to CURE from William Otto

Dialogue/2003

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Comments sent to CURE from Mr. Howard S. Ford:

I am deeply concerned with the thought of reparations. I am cognizant of the disadvantages that blacks face as a result of slavery. Slavery was, is, and will always be evil, but forcing whites to pay monetary reparations to blacks to ease the disadvantages caused by racism will just cause more racism. Many whites will resent having to make large payments from their wages, and will take out their resentments on the black communty through discrimination and racism.

Dialogue/2004

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Comments to CURE from Cheryl Davis:

Quite impressive to stumble upon your site - quite impressive indeed! I took a tour to see what other interesting information could be most useful for my inquisitive mind.

Please push forward for the right for equality in America - as I formulate my thesis on slave reparations benefitting health care in african american women - it is encouraging to know that a diverse group of americans are equally seeking justice for one and all.

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Dialogue/2005

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Comment to CURE from David Pilgrim:

I am the founder and curator of the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia at Ferris State University. This anti-racism museum is both a real place and an Internet museum (www.ferris.edu/jimcrow). Our goal is to use objects of intolerance to teach tolerance. It works. We have created a place where people, from all races, talk openly and honestly about race, race relations, and racism. I invite you to visit the online museum. Thanks for the work that you do.

Comment to CURE from Safeaskins:

Dialogue

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For several years, CURE invited members of the public to send their questions and comments to our members via e-mail. The questions and comments, and the CURE member responses, were posted on our website. We called it "Dialogue With White America." We've discontinued this format and have replaced it with a forum which we believe will reward us with an even better exchange of views.

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