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What Does “Institutional Bias” Even Mean?

I’ve been having some interesting and challenging conversations on race recently. One of the things that seems most difficult for people I encounter to wrap their minds around is the concept of institutional racism. Raised on the belief that democratic law and justice are impartial, it’s hard for Americans to understand how a “system” can... Continue Reading →

Waking Up White: Chapter 24

Waking Up White: Chapter 24 - Everyone is Different; Everyone Belongs The author discusses her children's school, where diversity is valued but children of color fall behind white students nonetheless

Waking Up White: Chapter 17

Chapter 17: My Good People The Reading Every fiber of my being had once believed that the rule makers and system operators in America were good people, leaders who looked out for everyone, who would never make selfish decisions. I knew executives, real estate moguls, media guys, and politicians - people who ran stuff. I... Continue Reading →

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