a Few Words
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a Few Words

Learned Discrimination

When I was Ten Years Old, I Called My Asian Best Friend A “Bald-Headed Japanese”

I was racist before I knew the definition of the word

Image by Ryse Lawrence from Pixabay

“The beauty of anti-racism is that you don’t have to pretend to be free of racism to be anti-racist. Anti-racism…

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A few words can change lives.

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Toni Crowe

Toni Crowe

Sarcastic escaped executive. Best-selling author. Writes whatever she wants. Nerd Engineer. Twitter: https://twitter.com/crowe_toni

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