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What should change in Racine? What should white people know about being black? And why are these conversations so difficult to have?
Nine males from Racine, Wisconsin — the town named the fourth worst place for black people to live — answer these questions and more in our tenth video in the series.
We’d love to know what you thought of the series. Should it continue? What should change? Let’s keep the conversation going.
Check out all the Black Men Speak videos:
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