by: Angela Toth, Sarasota, Florida
As kids we just wanted someone to play with us. How is it we became so picky?
quote by: Gary Belton, Los Angeles, California
This drawing is about acceptance, intergenerational communication, bias and loneliness. The two children in the front-middle spontaneously connect with each other. Their mothers, one for fear and the other for prejudice, lose the opportunity to understand that maybe they have much in common despite their different cultures and beliefs—as women, as mothers, as human beings.