Race is a topic that is now at the forefront of almost everything, so naturally you will begin to speak about it around friends and family. But for Black people, race is always at the forefront; we came into this world Black and we will leave Black. So as non-Black people, it is important to have these conversations often and be strong in your beliefs. Dr. Alfiee says, “If your goal is to change someone’s mind, you’re going to walk away from the conversation frustrated.” Remember you are only in control of yourself, and you can only do so much for others; and Black people, IT IS NOT YOUR JOB TO EDUCATE OTHERS ON YOUR BLACKNESS AND HISTORY. The internet is free. Read the full article at the link.

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