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John Howard Griffin’s Black Like Me (1961)

On October 2, 1959, John Howard Griffin made his first diary entry, the first of many that would then go on to form the content of his book… 479 more words

I Can Never Live in Their Skin: Reflections on Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have A Dream Speech"

As white people, I believe that our temptation on Martin Luther King, Jr. day is to assume that he and his peaceful protesters defeated racism. After all, why else would he be honored with a national holiday if he hadn’t won the war? 1,140 more words

Nonfiction

I'm not white this time of year - and I'm definitely not "Caucasian!"

After more than 25 years in the United States, I understand why we dwell on color – I think… It’s so that we can make sure kids from disenfranchised groups get opportunities they might otherwise miss. 209 more words

Diversity

WELP! ~ Why Are Whites So Angry? by Carol Anderson

After reading this I must get this book, all the best folks – Dr. Dontraneil Clayborne

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