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America is experiencing some unprecedented events in the history of its existence as a nation. Protests and riots over race relationships have dominated our nation's cities as well as the media coverage reporting it. We are in a turning point and how we communicate with one another at this important juncture will determine the direction of all future generations of any color for decades to come. America is a great nation whose basic humanity is good and whose majority (both Black and White) seeks to love another and work together to heal our nation. But to do that we must seek first to understand those minority populations whose voices have remained unheard for far too long. As a famous person once said, "If part of the body is hurt, the whole body hurts." America is hurting. Listen in to this very real and raw conversation between some of America's greatest citizens in order to hear what's been shouted from the rooftops but had not yet been heard...until now. It'll open your eyes and hopefully your heart too, and, if we're lucky, it'll help you to see life in America from a different set of eyes than your own.
Racism in Black and White Part 1: Opening the Eyes of Americans by Giving Voice to Its Not-so-Silent Minorities.
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Christine Bacon, Ph.D., is a leading expert in communications and relationships. She hosts "Breakfast with Bacon: The Relationship Doctor" weekly on 1110 AM, WKQA radio in Va., N.C. and MD.
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