Racism: just as real today as it was 50 years ago

Published January 20, 2012 by 360@tcu360.com (Wyatt Kanyer)

On the crossroads of life’s experiences and the decisions an individual makes as a result, one might find him or herself conflicted between advocacy and action. In the case of the American Civil Rights Movement and those involved in it, almost without fail, life experience translated to a combination of advocacy and action.