Joy DeGruy

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In this clip author and professor, Joy DeGruy, demonstrates how racial healing can begin.

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Ise Lyfe & Tilman Smith

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Ise Lyfe, hip hop and spoken word artist and Tilman Smith, teacher, activist both reveal how our educational system fails to serve everyone equally in Section Three “External Relationships.”

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Aeeshah Clottey

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Aeeshah Clottey, Co-Founder of Attitudinal Healing Connection Inc., describes an uncomfortable situation that made her feel like “speaking was not the right thing to do,” featured in Section Three “External Relationships”

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Tim Wise

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Tim Wise, anti-racist activist, essayist and author, describes how unconscious bias still persists even in the “age of Obama,” featured in Section Two “Internal Components”

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Connie Heller

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Connie Heller, donor and activist with the Linked Fate for Justice describes her firsthand experience with personal bias, featured in Section Two “Internal Components”

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Hugh Vasquez

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Hugh Vasquez, Senior Associate, National Equity Project speaks about Internalized Oppression, featured in Section Two “Internal Components”

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Joy DeGruy

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Dr. Joy DeGruy, author and professor, discusses interpersonal relationships, also featured in Section Two “Internal Components”

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