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Upping the Ante on Anti-Racism

Four stories on racism in America

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If you’ve been Black all your life, as I have, you know that racism isn’t going away anytime soon. If you’re a white anti-racist, you may know this too, or you’re catching on fast. Every day, we all have a choice about whether we’re working against racism or overtly or tacitly supporting it. And if…




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Sharon Hurley Hall

Sharon Hurley Hall

Antiracism activist, writer, educator. Pro writer (B2B/B2C). Co-host: Introvert Sisters podcast. Global citizen. She/her.

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