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Raising black kids in America: ‘This is on us’ to fight racism

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As the white mom of two black children, author Jen Hatmaker has had to confront the racism that she never before saw in her world… and even in herself. And that changed everything. “If I am unwilling to be an advocate not just for my son and daughter, but for all black sons and daughters… what am I doing here? I have no right to be their mother,” she says.