Here are some of the best of the stories I've been reading which I have passed along to my white friends. I am white, but I grew up with a Black mother and Black brothers and sisters, which, to a degree, changes a lot of what I feel, see, hear and how I process these things. I could still do more, we all could. But I do hear you.

https://medium.com/@rnagarajah2/reflections-from-a-token-black-friend-2f1ea522d42d

and this which I thought was an excellent way to help people understand the sometimes subtle but terribly important shadings. You and I are both journalists, words and terminology matter:

https://blog.usejournal.com/what-ralph-lauren-and-my-mom-taught-me-about-bias-prejudice-discrimination-racism-42a23d762d9f

With respect. Enjoy your lunch. I hear you.

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