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Jun 17, 2021
A Personal Antiracism Tool For People Who Think They're Allies
Play • 17 min
Me And White Supremacy
author Layla Saad explains the work of undoing white supremacy and why being an ally isn't enough. (This episode first ran in July 2020.)
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