“We need to have a real and honest national conversation on what we stand for as a society and country. The key word here is honest. Our conversations around human rights, and racial and gender equality must be mirrored by our actions. This isn’t about saying the right things. This is about respecting people and their choices. We need to have an honest conversation about whether any of this is important to us as a society and country. If it is, then we need to be deliberate about doing something about it.”
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