Where Do We Learn Racism — Part 1

My Parents Didn’t Teach Me Racism

So, I can’t be racist

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Medium writer Tammy Bergstrom wrote a story of her teacher taking Tammy’s class to the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles when Tammy was six years old. Reflecting on being told that she was racist at six, Tammy wrote an article examining why she believes being taught she was racist at six was wrong.

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