Tens of thousands of people have participated, often sending pictures, artifacts, and essays to share the backstory behind their six words. Our results, however, showed no evidence of this. Dougherty helped train Cabrera, who moved to Hazleton when he was Talking about the history of Jim Crow and the civil rights movement elicits varied responses: grief, anger or simply ambivalence. People from all kinds of races, faiths, regions, classes, and backgrounds have submitted stories, but since the beginning, most have come from white people.
First, we demonstrate that gay men of color understand the racialized nature of the gay sexual field of desire. Now, Hannah resides in the deep South and spends her time blogging about transparent, personal stories and wrestling with faith in modern society on her website, Sincerely, Han. Dougherty helped train Cabrera, who moved to Hazleton when he was The government at times restricts these rights. Horvath was born in Hazleton and says he voted for Donald Trump.