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The emotional impact of watching white people wake up to racism in real-time

While some white people have reached a new level of awareness of how destructive racism is, or are aware of it for the first time, black people are now dealing with both the direct impact of incidents like the murder…

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The Next Question, December 5, 2019 and beyond.

The last three viewings and discussions in the YWCA series have been rescheduled, beginning this Thursday, December 5, 2019 at 6 pm in Bramwell House.  Up next, Brené Brown, clinical researcher. 

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Emotional Labor Invoice

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White Privilege as an Addiction by Dr. Gail K. Golden

In a racist society, those of us who are called white passively enjoy the benefits of whiteness. We do not have to DO anything in particular for the system to continue to work to our benefit. But we certainly enjoy…

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Racism’s Psychological Toll

Jenna Wortham interviews psychologist Monnica Williams, who studies the link between racism and post-traumatic stress disorder, about the effect of experiencing racism.

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