“My name is Trevor, and I am a racist” is a typical introduction at a meeting for a 12-step program in North Carolina. Inspired by initiatives that treat addictions to alcohol, drugs, sex and overeating, the Trinity United Church of Christ in Concord has launched Racists Anonymous. At these voluntary gatherings, a licensed therapist helps self-identified racists to “deal with and eliminate racism” within themselves.Ā Continue reading here

(This is a piece I published a few months ago on TruthOut. Due to copyright, I cannot reproduce it here). Would love to hear your thoughts! =D

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