The pain he felt for how men of color were treated between the time of his service from Eisenhower to JFK for what he describes a very difficult time. He went on to tell me certain jobs in the Army for men of color they couldn't do. So, as he sat with one foot on the ledge and the other dangling I asked if I could sit and chat. "No greater love for a man willing to lay down his life for his fellow man" yet when you decide to serve your country as a man of color, we were treated so unfair before service during service and after service. Jeffery Baker (Raleigh) went very deep into racial tensions from his time period in the Army until now and how on the surface he said he’s still struggling. Jeffery stated he's been on and off living on the streets. As I sat on the ledge with my camera in hand, I listened to him make some very valid points. As I could tell he was ready to leave I asked was there anything I could do to help him for the evening. As he began to get up and gather his things, he reached down to pick up his bag and he looked back at me and he said with your camera you be the change we need in this world.