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CRT: An Identity Crisis

Reification of Diluted Identities

I’m trying to imagine what it was like growing up in the middle of the twentieth century. Especially being black in that time period. It must have been exciting and scary. Full of the anxiety that comes with the unknown.

“Will things get better? Or will there be a backlash and push us back to where we

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Thomas St Thomas

Thomas St Thomas

I’ve got questions. Writing helps me find the answers. Husband, dad, Afghan vet, healthcare process consultant, former fitness guru.

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