As people strive to improve conversations about race and racism in this country, the environment for speaking about both seems to be constantly shifting. What is appropriate to say? What will offend? What is genuine? What is off-the-mark? These conversations are more important now than ever, which is why people need to feel confident when they speak up or ask questions about race and racism.

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Ep: 014 How to Talk About Racism Without Sounding Like a Racist with Jeffrey Blount 

About Jeffrey Blount

Jeffrey is an award-winning author of three novels and an Emmy award-winning television director. During a 34-year career at NBC News, Jeffrey directed a decade of Meet the Press, The Today Show, NBC Nightly News, The Chris Matthews and other major special events from the Washington, D.C. news bureau.

He is an accomplished public speaker, commenting on issues of race, social justice and writing. Visit his website or follow him on InstagramTwitter and Facebook.

Jeffrey’s newest book, The Emancipation of Evan Walls, was released in June 2018.

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