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FILE - This photo from Tuesday Aug. 15, 2017, shows Aaliyah Jones, 38, left, Boyd Tinsley of the Dave Matthews Band, center, and Amy Hastings, 29, right, as they embrace each other near the Confederate General Robert E. Lee monument in Emancipation Park, Charlottesville, Va., following a deadly white nationalists rally over the weekend. In a nation founded on whiteness, experts share perspective on whether it can be discussed. If white people want the future to be different, said Rev. Susan Chorley, a Boston area pastor, they have to be willing to look at the past and the present. "I think it's on us," she said. (AP Photo/Julia Rendleman, File)

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FILE - In this June 3, 2020, file photo, demonstrators gather at a rally to protest and demand an end to institutional racism and police brutality, in Portland, Maine. In a nation founded on whiteness, experts share perspective on whether it can be discussed. If white people want the future to be different, said Rev. Susan Chorley, a Boston area pastor, they have to be willing to look at the past and the present. "I think it's on us," she said. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File)

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FILE - This photo from Tuesday June 2, 2020, shows Sarah McKinnie wearing a veil fabric with the initials BLM for Black Lives Matter covering her eyes, during a protest over the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, in Louisville, Ky. In a nation founded on whiteness, experts share perspective on whether it can be discussed. If white people want the future to be different, said Rev. Susan Chorley, a Boston area pastor, they have to be willing to look at the past and the present. "I think it's on us," she said. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings, File)

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FILE - This photo from Sunday May 31, 2020, shows Jessica Knutson, and her daughter Abigail, 3, placing flowers at a memorial to George Floyd, Sunday, May 31, 2020, in Minneapolis. In a nation founded on whiteness, experts share perspective on whether it can be discussed. If white people want the future to be different, said Rev. Susan Chorley, a Boston area pastor, they have to be willing to look at the past and the present. "I think it's on us," she said. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)

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FILE - This photo from Friday June 12, 2020, shows people sitting behind a sign with the images of Ahmaud Arbery, left, George Floyd, center, and Breonna Taylor, right, during a moment of silence at a Black Lives Matter protest, Venice Beach area of Los Angeles, Ca. In a nation founded on whiteness, experts share perspective on whether it can be discussed. If white people want the future to be different, said Rev. Susan Chorley, a Boston area pastor, they have to be willing to look at the past and the present. "I think it's on us," she said. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)

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FILE - This photo from Friday June 5, 2020, shows protestors holding anti-racism signs, during a rally in Kansas City, Mo., protesting the police-custody death of George Floyd. In a nation founded on whiteness, experts share perspective on whether it can be discussed. If white people want the future to be different, said Rev. Susan Chorley, a Boston area pastor, they have to be willing to look at the past and the present. "I think it's on us," she said. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)

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FILE - This photo from Wednesday Aug. 16, 2017, shows anti-racism protesters in Philadelphia, Pa., silhouetted against the evening sky, as they demonstrate in response to a deadly white nationalist rally the previous weekend held in Charlottesville, Va. In a nation founded on whiteness, experts share perspective on whether it can be discussed. If white people want the future to be different, said Rev. Susan Chorley, a Boston area pastor, they have to be willing to look at the past and the present. "I think it's on us," she said. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum, File)