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Take the Pledge to Talk to White Folks about Racism!!!!

Given the Trump win and the acts of racism we are seeing throughout the country, I pledge to act. I pledge to engage our brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles, friends and colleagues, parents and grandparents who are white to discuss issues of , , , , and .

I will do so with the humility that we are all at our different places in our understanding of racism and diversity issues and that we all face tough issues in our lives in which we need healing.

I understand that in order to make a change I have to take the risk of creating discomfort and receiving the scorn of others.

Stephen Rockwell 

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