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Harmful Myths About Racism

Your guide to anti-racism.

The Black Lives Matter protests started some sorely needed conversation about systemic racism and white supremacy. We are all learning, as not every single one of us is well-versed in sociology, or took racial studies at university.

Even if you take classes on race, not even an ivy league school can guarantee that you get an accurate picture of the…

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Speaking up for humanity through intersectional social justice. Open to all.

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