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I Lost My Friend of 11 Years to a Conversation About Race

Part III: My White Friend Doesn’t Believe In Systemic Racism

Photo by Clarissa Carbungco on Unsplash

As a Black individual who grew up oblivious to racial matters, it seems normal to lose many white friends as you grow more aware. You…

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Destiny S. Harris

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