SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Ibram X. Kendi
Marking the 400-year African American struggle to survive and to be free of racism.
SOURCE: The Cavalier Daily
Ibram X. Kendi tells UVA crowd we need a national conversation about whether we should be memorializing Jefferson
He suggested that students at the University of Virginia should lead the way.
The Times devoted an entire page to the response.
"Mr. Trump, I suspect, will go to his grave with his heart beating in denial of the ill will of racism. Many others will as well."
In an interview Ibram X. Kendi says racism so infuses society that even liberals like Ruth Benedict couldn’t escape its assumptions
"I think most people who are operating within racial justice spaces, or outside of them, have never really sat down to define a racist idea and thereby apply that definition to their ideas.”
SOURCE: Moyers & Company
The 2016 National Book Award-winning author of Stamped From the Beginning talks about the unrelenting racism of America's past and present.
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