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Merriam Webster Dictionary
10 Jun 2020
The American reference dictionary Merriam-Webster will change its definition of the word racism. The decision to update its definition came after a suggestion from a young black woman, who wanted it to better reflect the oppression of people of colour. The woman, Kennedy Mitchum, a recent graduate of Drake University in Iowa, contacted Merriam-Webster, which…

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