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Bad Jokes, Hurt Feelings: A Graphic Novel Project Teaches Empathy for Diverse Populations

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  • 1. Bad Jokes, Hurt Feelings: A Graphic Novel Project Teaches Empathy for Diverse Populations Lynn Ramsson, Dean of Student Life The Steward School, Richmond VA [email_address]
  • 2. What are my values? What does it even mean to be true to myself? Who will stand next to me? Next to whom will I stand? And why? Who am I?
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  • 18. When they say it, they mean it as "fellow sufferer." Think of "Wassup, my nigger!" as "How are you doing today, fellow black person who has to deal with the same shit I do which is handed to any black person in this day and age." --mavricksfan11 Read more: Why can only black people say nigger and if a white person does they are racist? | Answerbag http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/1127948#ixzz1IPDxRhDJ
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