Emmanuel Acho

former NFL player, author of “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man”

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Emmanuel Acho’s new book, “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man,” is based on a video series in which he sits down with people, many of them white, to discuss race in the U.S.

Former NFL player Emmanuel Acho on ‘Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man’

Emmanuel Acho’s new book, “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man,” is based on a video series in which he sits down with people, many of them white, to discuss race in the U.S.

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