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Being Black: Dangerous for Your Health

I’m grateful to present another excellent guest entry.  This post was penned by John Strazzabosco, author of Ninety Feet Under:  What Poverty Does to People.  An earlier version originally appeared in RochesterBeacon (2/14/20) with the title “Living Her Science” and is re-published here with his generous permission. When Dr. Amani Allen enters a room what… Continue reading Being Black: Dangerous for Your Health

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What Action Looks Like: One Man’s Story

A few posts ago I focused on The City/Suburban Divide in Living Color.  I ended the post by challenging my suburban subscribers to engage with their community leaders – to call for action on the various facets of structural and institutional racism in these towns, to challenge the systems.  One subscriber, Bill Wynne of Fairport,… Continue reading What Action Looks Like: One Man’s Story