Sam talks about racial equality

We should all take a leaf out of little sams book!

suziland too or obsolete childhood

I spent some time with Sam, the five year old next door, for a few hours this afternoon.  Sam is a precocious young man of firm convictions…and his big sister got him started on a rant about civil rights.

Braalie: “Sam! You can’t color a person blue! People are pink, or white, or a sort of brown.”

Sam: “I can too”

Braalie:  “no, Sam, do it right. You can’t just change the color of people. if you want to color with the blue crayon do the sky or something”

Sam: “People can be blue. Evlis Parsley said so. it’s on gramppops tape player!”

Braalie: “That isn’t what that means.”

Sam: “People can be any color they want. Even green! Except maybe Martins are green. I bet they carry ray guns too if they want. They’d zap you for saying they can’t be blue”

Braalie: “Granma Suze, will you talk to…

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Author: Carol Anne

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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