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How My Love For The Black Community Developed

Understanding why we are naturally biased and how to change it

Photo by Ed Robertson on Unsplash

I was told my mixed daughter is an abomination, that I shouldn’t have bred with a black man.

I grew up in a suburb of Ohio, prim and proper, straight out of the 1950s catalog. We all mowed our lawns at the same time and all that jazz. There were maybe a few…

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