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How My Car Accident Helped Me Understand the Problem with #NotAllMen and #AllLivesMatter

What if I told you about my car accident, a head-on collision on the freeway and your response was to get defensive, visibly tense, and say, Well. Actually. #NotAllCars. Is that the most compassionate or even socially acceptable way to respond to a car accident? No. Of course not.

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Heather M. Edwards

Heather M. Edwards

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