Racism isn't just what you say, think, do, and feel. It is also what you allow.
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What Does it Take to Be Racially Literate?

What Does it Take to Be Racially Literate?

Jul 3, 2019-- Few people really believe that race does not affect their lives in some way, but most of us are unwilling to admit it. We avoid discussing these differences and do ourselves a disservice. Priya Vulchi and Winona Guo are two high school students who decided it was time to bring this discussion out in the open. The key, they say, is to face the issue with both our hearts and our minds, for our minds lead us to understand and our hearts lead us to care. (2525 reads)


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