A place of kindness, respect and love

I saw a sculpture of Ruby Bridges, the six-year-old who was the first Black to integrate an elementary school in the South, at the Dallas Arboretum.

The bronze sculpture is part of the Great Contributors Collection now being displayed at the arboretum, and the collection includes eight new works by Gary Lee Price.

On his website, Price explains, “I hope I can assist the world in visualizing a place where fences and boundaries, both real and imagined, are nonexistent.  A place where bias and prejudice are long forgotten.  And finally, a place where acts of kindness, mutual respect and love are everyday happenings.”