Racial gas lighting is a well-documented and researched experience in which people experience injustice because of their race while simultaneously being made to feel that the injustice isn't real.
You've heard it before. The thinly veiled, "It was just a joke," or "We're post-racial. We had a black president!" Maybe you've even claimed that you "don't see color."
On this episode, Sarah and Court break down how gas lighting impacts marginalized communities, how to respond to gas lighting when you experience or witness it, and how to avoid gas lighting folx in your community.
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