White, Gay and Confronting Racism

This was more like gently asking racism "could you please stop I would really appreciate it" than a real confrontation. Psychotherapist Matt Dempsey hosts a dinner party to talk to his non-White gay friends about their personal experiences with racism in the gay community. From social media to sexual preference, the conversation stays real and attempts to shed some light on the benefit for White people of confronting limited thinking and inherent racism.

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