The president of the Seacoast chapter of the NAACP says New Hampshire’s lack of diversity will mean state residents will never experience what it’s like to live in a place with large black neighborhoods.
But Granite Staters can learn to accept people of all colors and promote positive reforms.
Rogers Johnson, chair of the Governor’s Advisory Council on Diversity and Inclusion, said education is the key in breaking down barriers between races.
“The young people you encounter really want to know what it is like,” Johnson said about being black in America. “When this is all over, I’d be happy to go to a school anywhere and explain it on a full-scale level in such a way that