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People Are Losing It Over a Hashtag Ellen Pompeo Used in Regard to Race and Diversity

Post by Tanvier Peart. The white supremacist events that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 11 and 12 will forever leave a stain on our nation's history and how we, as Americans, proceed with life going forward. And as many continue to have much-needed conversations about race and equality -- conversations often swept under the rug to promote the fallacy of living in a post-racial America -- people feel emboldened to effect change and stand up to bigotry of all kind.
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