Let me explain...

Over the last five years, discussions of racial injustice and inequity have reached a peak moment, mirroring the rise of the civil rights movement in the 1960s. And while these discussions are just as polarizing and contentious as they were in the 1960s, it is more common to hear white people ask their Black friends how to be a better ally or how to be "anti-racist." I find this to be a curious phenomenon because it seems to assume that all Black people are uniquely qualified to answer these questions because they all have ample experience hating themselves and have…

Emeka

Physician fascinated by the intersection of race and education.

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