“I’d like my son to keep his innocence a little longer,” writes Howard Craft, “before he has to learn that America’s history with regards to his people is different than that of his white classmates.”
“I’d like my son to keep his innocence a little longer,” writes Howard Craft, “before he has to learn that America’s history with regards to his people is different than that of his white classmates.” HARRY LYNCH hlynch@newsobserver.com
“I’d like my son to keep his innocence a little longer,” writes Howard Craft, “before he has to learn that America’s history with regards to his people is different than that of his white classmates.” HARRY LYNCH hlynch@newsobserver.com

My son’s questions ain’t what they used to be – Howard Craft

October 13, 2017 08:46 AM