Should I Apologize for Past Mistakes?
Inclusive Language & Communication • 2m 4s
Apologizing for past mistakes at an individual or societal level is at the heart of civilized society. An apology is the first step in breaking the cycle of exclusion that prevents us from fully realizing democracy and our highest potential.
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