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Race relations seemed better and less divided a few years ago, back when the Confederate statues were still around. At least back then, even if they argued at times, they were still talking points. Now that the statues aren't there people are expected to forget history, change, and compromise. That won't make anything better. Before the statues were removed people said they were divisive, but race relations seemed to do well. Now that they've been removed, people really are more divided.
Race relations don't improve if people don't get to discuss history from all angles, even the unpopular (unprofitable) ones. As long as one group wants another group to change, forget, or compromise, things aren't going to get better, they're going to keep getting worse. Sometimes (actually many times throughout history) things were as good as they were going to get, then people were people, and they all fucked it all up. They were all part of the problem.
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1. (noun) An abbreviation for stimulus check

2. (verb; stimmied) to get fucked by your government
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Race relations seemed better and less divided a few years ago, back when the Confederate statues were still around. At least back then, even if they argued at times, they were still talking points. Now that the statues aren't there people are expected to forget history, change, and compromise. That won't make anything better. Before the statues were removed people said they were divisive, but race relations seemed to do well. Now that they've been removed, people really are more divided.
Race relations don't improve if people don't get to discuss history from all angles, even the unpopular (unprofitable) ones. As long as one group wants another group to change, forget, or compromise, things aren't going to get better, they're going to keep getting worse. Sometimes (actually many times throughout history) things were already as good as they were going to get, then people were people, and they still wanted change, and they thought they could do better, and they all fucked it all up. They were all part of the problem.
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Race relations seemed better and less divided a few years ago, back when the Confederate statues were still around. At least back then, even if they argued at times, they were still talking points. Now that the statues aren't there people are expected to forget history, change, and compromise. That won't make anything better. Before the statues were removed people said they were divisive, but race relations seemed to do well. Now that they've been removed, people really are more divided.
Race relations don't improve if people don't get to discuss history from all angles, even the unpopular (unprofitable) ones. As long as one group wants another group to change, forget, or compromise, things aren't going to get better, they're going to keep getting worse. Sometimes (actually many times throughout history) things were already as good as they were going to get, then people were people, and they still wanted change, and they thought they could do better, and they all fucked it all up. They were all part of the problem, since everyone is.
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Race relations seemed better and less divided a few years ago, back when the Confederate statues were still around. At least back then, even if they argued at times, they were still talking points. Now that the statues aren't there people are expected to forget history, change, and compromise. That won't make anything better. Before the statues were removed people said they were divisive, but race relations seemed to do well. Now that they've been removed, people really are more divided.
Race relations don't improve if people don't get to discuss history from all angles, even the unpopular (unprofitable) ones. As long as one group wants another group to change, forget, or compromise, things aren't going to get better, they're going to keep getting worse. Sometimes (actually many times throughout history) things were already as good as they were going to get, then people were people (doing anything to get what they want, as people do), and they still wanted change, and they thought they could do better, and they all fucked it all up. They were all part of the problem, since everyone is.
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Race relations seemed better and less divided a few years ago, back when the Confederate statues were still around. At least back then, even if they argued at times, they were still talking points. Now that the statues aren't there people are expected to forget history, change, and compromise. That won't make anything better. Before the statues were removed people said they were divisive, but race relations seemed to do well. Now that they've been removed, people really are more divided.
Race relations don't improve if people don't get to discuss history from all angles, even the unpopular (unprofitable) ones. As long as one group wants another group to change, forget, or compromise, things aren't going to get better, they're going to keep getting worse.
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