In this episode, we try to de-stigmatize the stereotype of the “angry black person.” We have this idea that civil discourse means we can’t be passionate and angry, and so when dialogue rises to that level, white people use it as an excuse to disengage.
But political dialogue can often get heated, and we rarely shy away from it when we’re emphatic about highlighting an issue that’s important to us. It’s a necessary tool that we have taken away from a whole segment of people who need to use their voices for expressing their grievances.
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