From “When white friends don’t believe what blacks go through, they’re not friends” (Mary C. Curtis)

“In the national conversation about race, especially after a well-publicized confrontation like the one in Ferguson this summer, different sides don’t need to agree. But they do have to accept that the other side is speaking sincerely and from the heart. And whites need to believe blacks when we say what we’ve been through.”

(read the whole piece here)

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