Opening Doors in a Closed Society


Opening Doors in a Closed Society

by William F. Winter

In this essay Winter, the 58th governor of Mississippi, reflects on the progress we have made in addressing racial conflicts. He reminds us that “as we seek to embrace our common humanity, we must also face the reality that there are forces in this increasingly complex world that threaten to continue to divide us.” Read this essay and learn Williams' perspective on how we pass on to the next generation a better country than the one we inherited.

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