It’s 2017. Can we finally have a real conversation about race?

D. Watkins, Salon Editor at Large, relates a recent encounter and says “Memo to white people: If you’re still this uncomfortable talking about race, you’re not helping.”

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One Comment on “It’s 2017. Can we finally have a real conversation about race?

  1. When we are uncomfortable talking about race, it is because we are avoiding the truth about how we feel. It is easy to blame your parents and society for ingraining racism from childhood. As an adult you must take responsibility for your continued belief system and actions that support the racist practices and mindsets you choose to retain is yours. Once you own them, you can begin to address yourself and learn new beliefs and practices that add value to the world.

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