It can feel like there’s semantic creep around the word “racism”

That’s a hard thing to even say, because instantly a bunch of people will come back at you and say “Well, you’re probably a racist.” I’m actually not. “I voted for Obama … twice!” (That’s a joke.) But ultimately, words do need to mean something to have impact. One of the reasons why work has become such a travesty for so many millions of human beings is that words used by

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