What if…White People Took Responsibility for Our Role in this Moment?

by Kathleen Osta, Managing Director, National Equity Project

[White people] are, in effect, still trapped in a history which they do not understand; and until they understand it, they cannot be released from it. They have had to believe for many years, and for innumerable reasons, that black men are inferior to white men. Many of them, indeed…

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Kathleen Osta

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Kathleen is a Regional Director at the National Equity Project www.nationalequityproject.org

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