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A 12-Step Approach to Anti-Racism for White People

Shawshank Redemption beckons us; the Big Book gives us a path

“And if youve come this far, maybe you’re willing to come a little further.”

That one line Andy writes to Red at the end of Shawshank has a lot of resonance for me, right now, as a white person.

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Writer and Collaborator-in-Chief of https://www.14wordsforlove.com where small acts of writing, art and conversation create multicultural connections for good.

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