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The Issue Of Racism And Bias Is More Divisive Than Ever Before. It Is Time For Us To Evolve.

Here we are again -- only this time the issue of racism and bias has been ignited by the 2016 Presidential Candidates and it is more divisive than ever before. Because of this it is critical to explore new perspectives about race relations and to engage in a conversation that can be constructive and transformative. I have found that the most meaningful discussions start from a point of common ground.
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