Time – In the aftermath of the election, and with a new President, we have an opportunity to get real about the ways in which race and racism shapes our life chances, our access to and the outcomes of our democracy. The change that so many people voted for in 2008 did not materialize in all of the ways that many of us wanted it to.
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