A change of attitudes
Re the movie Detroit: I was born and raised in the heart of Detroit. I had to ride the bus to and from work and walk home during those tumultuous times of the 1967 riots.
From my memory’s standpoint, it was very frightening, but I agreed with the black people’s actions over the injustices they received. I was in the minority with my family and friends, but I knew in my heart what was right, and that time formed the mind and heart I have today.
I’ve never understood any type of racism and hope people who have this in their heart will soften and change their attitudes for the good of our people.
ELAINE BURKS Little Rock