Hearing from Shirley Boyd-Hill & Sherwood Smith, in 2008, is very informative. Great way to hear how some people are starting the conversation. Now that its 2011 are we still having the same conversation? Do we still hear the same fears and responses that callers presented then? If yes, how do we move forward? What have you found helpful in having conversations about race and racism?
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