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What Americans Really Think About Race

What Americans Really Think About Race

Update: 2024-02-053
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Journalist Michele Norris has spent the last 14 years collecting what she calls "an archive of the human experience." She wanted to see how Americans really talk and think about race, so she asked people to share their thoughts in six words. The results were overwhelming. Eventually, the project moved online and got more than half a million entries from over 100 countries. Norris turned the project into a new book called Our Hidden Conversations.

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What Americans Really Think About Race

What Americans Really Think About Race