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Why Racists Use Stereotypes

Understanding convenience and conviction in dismantling racism

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As a middle-aged white man, I have been privy to the way racists think and act for a good part of my life. Unwittingly, they assumed I might agree with their racial stereotypes just because my skin is the same color as theirs. I have listened and learned that there is a way we can reach them, to deliver to them…




​Our Human Family celebrates the inherent value of all human beings by fostering conversations on racial equity, allyship, inclusion, antiracism, and equality.

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B Kean

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The past holds the answers to today’s problems. “Be curious, not judgmental,” at least until you have all the facts. Think and stop watching cable news.

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