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Instead of actual comments, we will now require you to express your thoughts in the form of magazine cutouts on wood. i
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Instead of actual comments, we will now require you to express your thoughts in the form of magazine cutouts on wood.
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Back in May, I posted a reflection on what we've learned from a year of discussing race, ethnicity and culture on Code Switch. I mentioned we'd hold a live chat on June 3 to talk about The Conversation On Race — or at least our version of it — and anything else folks wanted to bring up. Today is that day! I'll be joined by a couple other members of the Code Switch team to chat with anyone who cares to join us. We'll close the chat at 4 p.m. ET.

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