A Conversation with Black Women on Race

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In this latest installment of The New York Times’ “Conversation on Race” Op-Doc video series, the negative emotional impact of racist attitudes on black women’s lives are highlighted.  Women were eager to tell their most intimate stories of pain and discrimination, from childhood, to work, to profiling by the police, highlighting the unique challenges they face, as well as experiences and feelings that are universal.

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