35 Lessons I’ve Learned From Black Women

For which I am eternally grateful

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As a white man, I understand that the System in this country was built to protect me and help me benefit from every aspect of society. Over the years, I have had to deconstruct my biases, white supremacy, and racism, and this is something I will continue to do until the day I die. The most…




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