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The Real O’Neals Star Martha Plimpton to White Liberals: ‘Speak Up Against State Violence and Racist Injustice’

Martha Plimpton and I have engaged in many heated debates about the intersecting land mines of race, feminism and politics. Sometimes those debates end with us walking away for a time and “liking” each other’s statuses on Facebook so that we know we’re still good—because that’s what you do in 2016 in a hyperconnected world. […]
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