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Looking inside themselves

Members of an antiracism group - (from left) Peggy McIntosh, Fran Smith, Hilary Allen, and Chris Messinger - discuss white privilege and racial justice. Members of an antiracism group - (from left) Peggy McIntosh, Fran Smith, Hilary Allen, and Chris Messinger - discuss white privilege and racial justice. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / June 10, 2008

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Bill Gardiner hands a five-page printout to Angela Giudice, Marian "Meck" Groot, and Patricia Maher that describes the reasons white people resist discussing race. The four, meeting in Maher's Codman Square home, are part of a group of 10 whites who have gathered monthly since 2004 to discuss issues of racial justice and white privilege. (Full article: 1172 words)

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