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I'm Still Here

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Austin Channing Brown

Being Black in a white-dominated society is exhausting. White people often demonstrate profound ignorance despite their good intentions. The only way to achieve a truly equal society is to work slowly and persistently and to take a much more in-depth and objective look at America's history.

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I'm Still Here is a book that explores the issue of racial justice in contemporary America. The book reveals that racism continues to persist, even within Christian organizations that profess to promote diversity and understanding.

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Being Black in a white-dominated society is exhausting. White people often demonstrate profound ignorance despite their good intentions. The only way to achieve a truly equal society is to work slowly and persistently and to take a much more in-depth and objective look at America's history.

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Being a Black woman in a predominantly white workplace is an exhausting experience.

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Assisting white people in overcoming racism has a detrimental effect on Black people.

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America must make significant strides in accurately portraying the authentic history of its Black citizens.

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Black people have a right to feel afraid of living in a world dominated by white people.

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The road to equality is still long, but we must believe that progress can be made gradually.

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