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Stereotypes: Not so Black or not white enough

WFSU Public Media is exploring race in Tallahassee with our podcast Not So Black and White: A community's divided history. We’re investigating the barriers that lead to separation in the places we live, learn, work, and worship.
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Episode 6

What happens when you’re too Black or brown for some spaces, and not Black or brown enough for others? Is it okay to use white privilege just because of your skin tone?

Featured music:
Clarity - TaReef Knockout
Abusive Authority - LXG Rude (regional entry for NPR Tiny Desk)
Celebrate - TaReef Knockout feat. Mare

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