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Redefining Race Relations: It Begins at Home

Diverse kids holding hands

This is part of our ongoing series of blog posts about race, racism and law enforcement in communities of color. By Erlanger “Earl” Turner, PhD, (Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Houston-Downtown) and students from his Multicultural Psychology course (Damaurriah Butler, Jonathan Otero, & Caroline Smith) In the United States, race relations has had its challenges across history. Although strides have been made over the course of history, we continue to […]

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