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♃There Is No Such Thing as a ‘White Ally’ — “TNSWA” Part I.

Part I of TNSWA series. Racism is not mine, it’s yours, and it’s not called “help” when it’s your mess we’re cleaning.





Because sometimes equality is a contact sport.

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Catherine Pugh, Esq.

Catherine Pugh, Esq.

Private Counsel. Former DOJ-CRT, Special Litigation Section, Public Defender; Adjunct Professor (law & undergrad). Developed Race & Law course.

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