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How to talk about race

Teresa Parks talks with a friend at the Little Apple Pride festival Saturday, April 23, 2022, in Manhattan, Kan. Inspired by protests following the death of George Floyd, parks co-founded a Black Lives Matter group and as part of a task force has pushed for more inclusion for people from diverse backgrounds in the predominantly white community.
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Teresa Parks talks with a friend at the Little Apple Pride festival Saturday, April 23, 2022, in Manhattan, Kan. Inspired by protests following the death of George Floyd, parks co-founded a Black Lives Matter group and as part of a task force has pushed for more inclusion for people from diverse backgrounds in the predominantly white community.

Public Radio host Celeste Headlee wants us to see color. And she wants us to get used to talking about it.

As the author of the 2021 book Speaking of Race: Why Everybody Needs to Talk About Racism and How to Do It, Headlee offers insight and advice on how to have meaningful and impactful conversations about race.

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