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Tag: Culture of Oppression

Discussing Race in Washington, DC

In two generations, the cultural changes in relation to perceptions of race have seen have been enormous. I believe that it is too easy to dismiss them. To carry forward the culture of oppression even when we could let it go. Accept the past as a reality, and even the present as a reality, and focus on that which is culturally rich and nurturing.

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