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There, Brinton spoke about the degrading experience of undergoing reparative therapy as a teenager.
Visit Color of Pain website to learn more about reparative justice, the calamitous effects of the drug war in black and Latinx communities, and policy solutions that will move us forward.
The ultra reparative Monte D’Oro remains a favorite with Milèo’s godmother.
Perhaps there should be apologies and reparative action from the publishers that printed, promoted, circulated, and profited from materials that served to legitimate Jim Crow and racist domestic terrorism.
Thomas had recently broken her hand in a car accident and had undergone two reparative surgeries.
Supporters of this approach often call it reparative therapy, while detractors describe it as conversion therapy.
Minorities and women have been dramatically underrepresented for so long that even the slightest movements toward parity can either translate as overreach to those with conservative instincts or become bogged down with reparative weight.
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