My wife and I recently watched "Hidden Figures," a film about three African American female mathematicians who were the brains behind some of NASA's remarkable achievements during the early years of the US Space Program. As we tried to fathom how difficult it must have been for them to have a voice in the early '60s, Camila observed how racism is not always intentional and how we can all fall prey to judging based on attributes and differences.


Her comment reminded me of the many articles I...

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