I leave you with this final thought. Our children deserve to have that pride in themselves and their community that was missing from many of our own lives as youngsters. Those that follow us do not have to be outcasts in their own lands.
This is a rallying-cry in Mohr’s letter speaking of her experience growing up and how future generations could be different from her and many others’ own. She notes that her own childhood was often difficult and there was no pride in herself, her heritage, and her own community–but now as an adult she urges others who may have had the same experience growing up to make their own children’s lives different.