End Racial Distancing

Creating a new normal for Black and Brown people.

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Maybe it’s because there wasn’t a lot of hugging in my childhood home, but I never liked too much space. I always craved the power of touch. A deep hug from a friend. Clasping of hands in a “you’re my brother” sort of way. Holding hands with a romantic partner. A massage after a hard workout. You name the touch, and I was in favor.




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Jeffrey Kass

Jeffrey Kass

Top Medium Writer — Racism and Diversity | Thought Leader On Race and Society| Award-Winning Author | Speaker | Latest Book: The Rona Diaries | Trainer | Lawyer

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