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The firestorm Jemele Hill has faced for her comments on President Trump shows the White House and big brands care more about the word "racist" than they do about racism, says Global Opinions editor Karen Attiah.
The firestorm Jemele Hill has faced for her comments on President Trump shows the White House and big brands care more about the word "racist" than they do about racism, says Global Opinions editor Karen Attiah.
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