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How to Be An Anti-Racist When You’re Paralyzed by White Guilt

You fear expressing the wrong thing or behaving the wrong way — and so, you play it safe. But staying quiet and doing nothing allows racism to flourish. Here’s how I stepped away from my fears — and toward understanding and solutions.




Founded & edited by author/journalist/memoir coach Christine Wolf, Women This Way is a digital magazine capturing all the inspiring ways that women navigate life. Please direct submission inquiries to christine@christinewolf.com.

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Christine Wolf

Christine Wolf

Memoir Coach. Author. Journalist. Marathoner. Lover of emotions, words & spicy nachos. Grateful you’re here. Twitter/Insta @tinywolf1. www.christinewolf.com

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