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Discussions of race and social justice issues have been in the news and in our everyday lives. But if we choose to have these conversations, it’s important to protect our mental health and boundaries. Recently, AARP’s Senior Vice President for Multicultural Leadership, Edna Kane-Williams, shared thoughts on how we all can openly engage in these discussions. If you’re ready, please join the conversation here, too.
Racial justice talks can get emotional. How do you manage your feelings?
Do you have a favorite historical read?
How do you set boundaries when talking to others about these issues?
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