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October 20, 2022

How to Be a (Real) Anti-Racist Ally

Anti-racism is not about being non-racist. It's about actively combating racism. We explore some strategies to help you actively fight racism

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June 17, 2022

What Is Juneteenth? – All You Need to Know

With Juneteenth 2022 fast approaching, we answer the top questions about the holiday and explore the history behind it

May 25, 2021

Language That Divides – #MTtalk Roundup

"Language conveys not only basic messages but also nuance. That's really important on social media that doesn't do great with inflections." - JKatzaman

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September 16, 2020

Racism in the Workplace and BLM: Our First Conversation

Have you ever discussed racism at work? Perhaps you're worried about reactions, or you're tired of explaining yourself. Listen to this conversation for starters

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August 20, 2020

The Subtle Art of Racism: What I Realized Because of BLM

It’s opening up a lot of people's eyes, people who have always thought "racism doesn’t exist anymore." Sai Cook

August 14, 2020

Racism, George Floyd, BLM, and Me

I was being taught to expect racism, not respect, to simply be more resilient. It normalized something that should be abhorred

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