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It’s hard to deny institutional racism when you listen with an open heart to people who have experienced it.

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“Not a racist bone in my body,” but lots of racist skeletons, in our institutions, still like to dance in the closet.”

Another take on what Joe Biden said about working with segregationists: “Not a racist bone in my body,” but lots of racist skeletons, in our institutions, still like to dance in the closet.” For a fresh perspectives of race in … Continue reading

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When racism is gone, gone, gone . . .

When racism’s gone, skin color will be like eye color, noticed, but not definitive of people’s behavior or character. When racism’s gone, the idea that human value can be determined by skin-color will be seen as absurd. When racism’s gone, … Continue reading

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