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The United States and the world have been rocked in recent months by a pandemic and a racial reckoning. The first has drastically altered our daily lives. The second has caused many of us to reconsider and reevaluate roles in helping to perpetuate a morally unacceptable status quo. Consider the following scenario — a "small" story with broader implications.

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