Episode: Being Black in America w. Natalie Patterson


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Being Black in America w. Natalie Patterson
In the second half of my conversation with Natalie, we talked about being a black woman in America. Her perspective is important for everyone hoping to create a diverse world filled with equality & opportunity for all people.

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