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Book Review: Learning about de jure economic racism

As a theist Unitarian Universalist, I believe in our 1st Principle: the inherent worth and dignity of every person. Because I believe that every person holds a spark of the divine, and that all people are my neighbors, I must work to learn about the experiences of the most marginalized and disadvantaged in our culture, understand how our systems affect them, and work to make things more just and equitable for all. This is particularly important to me on the topic of financial advantages and disadvantages. Many of the systems and laws in the U.S. were built to support smoother economic passages for people like me: an older, well-educated, cis-gendered, white male. On the national level, the presidential election is heating up. As it does, […]

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