It’s Never Too Late to Talk About Race

It is time for whites to try to understand and empathize with the marginalized and those continually oppressed, sometimes violently.

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By Marc Frazier

Everyone I knew was white like me. Mostly Catholic. Had a lawn. A driveway. A family car. I’d never been to a big city or seen the ocean…




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