by Roy E. Finkenbine
Many African American parents have a common experience of teaching their children about racism and its dangers. Not enough white parents talk with their children about how racism affects their lives.
SOURCE: Atlanta Journal-Constitution
And how our personal lives often intersect with our scholarly work.
SOURCE: Foreign Policy
by Max Boot
"I used to be a smart-alecky conservative who scoffed at 'political correctness.' The Trump era has opened my eyes.”
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