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What I’m Really Trying to Find Out When I Ask About Your Race, Culture or Ethnic Background

You might think I’m crazy, but I’m just being honest!

I had moved a dozen different times before I was even a teenager. Each year introduced me to a new school, a new place to live, but the same task to make new friends and develop a new tribe to call home (even if it were only for a short time).

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Jonathan Isbill MS, RD, LD

Jonathan Isbill MS, RD, LD

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