Auntie Unfiltered: Self-Care in the Age of Coronavirus and Racism

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Auntie Unfiltered: Self-Care in the Age of Coronavirus and Racism

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Monique Judge, news editor for The Root, discusses self care during the pandemic and rampant protests and racism in the United States. The challenges faced by black Americans during the pandemic is compounded by the racism that they already were forced to deal with in their daily lives. It's important for white people to listen to voices of black Americans during this time. It often feels like marginalized communities are fighting multiple front wars during this pandemic. While much of the world has been placed on hold during this pandemic, the social problems that already existed have not.

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