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Either you're lucky and you get a person who's willing to listen, or you're unlucky. This is mandatory watching for everyone to understand as you said to have a STRATEGY to approach the am I a racist conversation. I'm not sure if this is a issue or something to do with compatibility but I I'd post to let you know.
As soon as anyone says to me, "I am not a racist," please don't say that even if you are not.
I'll be thinking of that when I'm reading "The Political Mind".
I was really happy, actually, to hear Lakoff address systematic racism on NPR. Yeah you have to approach the discussion of racism carefully. A lot of times it's to get that "perfect balance" between and .