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Why It’s So Hard For White People To Talk About Racism

“Our lack of understanding about implicit bias leads to aversive racism.” — Robin DiAngelo

Image by Samir Basante Valencia from Pixabay

I. Introduction

It’s no longer enough for white people to simply say they’re not racist, we have to be actively anti-racist. That’s the aspect of this that many white people overlook in…

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George J. Ziogas

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