Review of Jason Sokol’s “All Eyes Are Upon Us: Race and Politics from Boston to Brooklyn"
by Robert Polner
In Obama’s America, many whites, even those living in the largely homogeneous suburbs of the Northeast, are still capable of being shocked by eruptions of deep-seated, structural racism. They shouldn't be, as Jason Sokol shows.
Choking on the Truth: Race, Justice, and the Thin Blue Line
by Yohuru Williams
Until mainstream society appreciates the real fear that people of color harbor toward police, the dialogue will be fruitless.
SOURCE: The American Prospect
#Blacklivesmatter Till They Don't: Slavery's Lasting Legacy
by Daina Ramey Berry and Jennifer L. Morgan
The historical value of black life and the casual killing of Eric Garner.
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