In this episode of the Move to Tacoma podcast, Marguerite and Jasmyn share a vulnerable conversation about their ever-evolving friendship, and how race and real estate have played a role in that. Jasmyn and Marguerite touch on topics like: - Having uncomfortable conversations in their friendship (it’s because of this that their friendship has strengthened over time, but it hasn’t always been easy) - Their different experiences growing up in Pierce County (including the the significance about where each of them lived and how race played a role) - How they initially met and what it has been like to grow their friendship with intention (there were many tough conversations and philosophical differences along the way) - Why don’t more white people have Black friends? (Are we still segregated?) As a white person, can you be intentional about diversifying your circle? (And how do you actually do this?) - American Leadership Forum and how it impacted Marguerite and Jasmyn (and started so many deep, rich conversations between them) … and so much more.