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A message from Ayanna18vcu
Hat tip: Michelle
I’m really glad you posted this! In her other Youtube video, she suggests that the best ways to create an environment where black atheists can “come out” without losing their ties to their communities are exposure (black atheists being visibly engaged in their communities) and education (specifically, introducing students to critical thinking about multiple religions). I have no doubt that she’s absolutely right about the unique situation of black atheists, but her suggestions seem appropriate for people from almost any cultural background. She’s an inspiration.
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