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Let’s talk about race. Allaboutrace.com is the place
on the web to talk about race in America. And by talk I mean share,
discuss, argue, learn, teach, laugh and understand. This is a place for
personal stories about how the vagaries of racial conflict affect each
of us. Too often, race is still the unaddressed “elephant in the room,” even
at a time of tremendous change. Let's talk!
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