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Why Understanding Our Respective Racial Privileges Makes Us Better People

It’s natural to feel a wide range of emotions on this hot topic, which is forbidden at some schools

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The following are excerpts from the most interesting paper I ever wrote during my college years- my senior thesis which focused




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KL Simmons

KL Simmons

Owner of the pubs, “Taking Off” and “Pure Fiction”. Seeking to improve as a writer and human. Learning tons as I go. Lamenting that I’ll never know everything.

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