It’s Not About Race!
John Metta

Thanks so much for your post. Telling someone to be unemotional about something as emotional as the effects of discrimination on their life is a lot like saying they don’t have a right to feel what they feel and that you really aren’t interested in listening. If we want to learn about another person’s experience we should let them show their emotions, ask questions, and empathize. That’s how connection happens.

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