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Becoming An Ally — Part 2


National Museum of African American History and Culture, Washington, DC. Photo by Ted Eytan under Creative Commons license.

This is the second in a series of 4 articles about becoming an ally. In the first article, we talked about why white men like me need to do something about racism. Now the question is “what?”.

Once I finally started to realize the depth of racism in American society, the question became: as a white man, what can I do?, or what should I do? I found this to be a very hard question to…




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