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from the Library of Congress archives

Blackface: For those who claim to not know

Imagine a world where your community, country, and allies built a lifestyle based on the dehumanization of people who didn’t look like you. Everything you had was taken from the souls of others. Stop imagining. Its real. It’s America. Its Europe. When the institution of slavery began losing a favorable view in the public eye […]

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Being Colorblind Is Not An Option

So often lately in this conflicted world we live in I hear people say “We are not racist, I teach my children to be colorblind”. While I respect your good intentions, let me explain why the colorblind approach only serves to encourage inherent bias and actually promote racism. Now before you become offended and feel […]

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