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April 13, 2011


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Carlos Mariani Rosa

Right on Dane! Thank you for a rational exploration of this difficult but important issue. And thank you for sharing that a broad range of mainstream associations from our business sector to our faith communities, embrace and support the need to address racial inequities. The buy-in by this diversity of leadership reflects a mature view of how critical and commonsensical it is for us all to learn about racism, and how to end it, if we are to sustain an economically and socially healthy society. This is serious work that rises far above the juvenile mocking that characterized Kersten's column.

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