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‘A Treacherous President Stood in the Way’ - Frederick Douglass | The Atlantic

‘A Treacherous President Stood in the Way’

Frederick Douglass’s 1866 essay for The Atlantic on how Congress can cope with a chief executive who refuses to recognize the rights of all citizens… 2,963 more words

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'I’m black so I look mean?' Serena Williams discusses race and pregnancy

‘I’m black so I look mean?’ Serena Williams discusses race and pregnancy

  • Former world No1 says she wants to return for Australian Open
  • 23-time grand slam champion says she has been judged due to race…
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'I've not retired!' Earl Cameron, Britain's first black film star, on Bond, racism – and turning 100

‘I’ve not retired!’ Earl Cameron, Britain’s first black film star, on Bond, racism – and turning 100

By Xan Brooks – The Guardian UK

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Politics

Multi-Racial : Documentary: The Other Race in America (Mixed Race) - video

Multi-Racial : Documentary: The Other Race in America (Mixed Race)

SOATV – Published on Mar 30, 2017

Directed by The Mechanical Eye THE OTHER RACE is a film about the multiracial experience and growing up stuck between different races. 18 more words

Arts / Culture

USA - The Rise of the Violent Left - By Peter Beinart | The Atlantic

The Rise of the Violent Left

Antifa’s activists say they’re battling burgeoning authoritarianism on the American right. Are they fueling it instead?

Peter Beinart | The Atlantic… 2,187 more words

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The Policies of White Resentment - By Carol Andersonaug - NYTimes

The Policies of White Resentment

By Carol Andersonaug – NYTimes  – AUG. 5, 2017

White resentment put Donald Trump in the White House. And there is every indication that it will keep him there, especially as he continues to transform that seething, irrational fear about an… 204 more words

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USA : The Myth of Reverse Racism - The idea of white victimhood

The Myth of Reverse Racism

The idea of white victimhood is increasingly central to the debate over affirmative action.

Vann R Newkirk II | The Atlantic… 1,309 more words

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