The beat goes on…

Equity Voices SenseMaker Project Story or Micro-Narrative | View Story Interpretations (Summarizing All Stories)

A friend is Bahamian, her husband Black. They live on acreage and her husband was by the road repairing their gate with their teenage daughter. A police car stopped and asked him why he was in the neighborhood and made him prove that was his address. The daughter was horrified and scared to death for her father. Both parents are professionals in the community.

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About This Story

  • When did this story occur? 1-5 years ago
  • Date submitted: 2021-04-01 12:00
  • Gender: Female

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  • My story shows we need to: --
  • In my story, the important players are: An individual or individuals
  • Actions in my story are driven by: Those with official authority
  • In my story, people acted: --
  • My story shows we need to focus on: --
  • In my story, people are: Treated differently, some are worth more than others
  • My story shows: People aren't heard
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