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Getting involved locally is the best way to make change, talking to family members and meeting new people in your community is necessary when changing your biases and learning new concepts. Racial inequality and the disparity between classes in Connecticut is palpable, think about this when you travel throughout the state or take a walk in your local park. What race do you predominantly see, or more importantly, examine what race you find yourself not wanting to see.
Changing your perspective takes time, and is best completed by making small, daily changes to your outlook on life.
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