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Can We Talk? White Privilege Today
Suddenly, it seems, white people are seeing the racial divide as looming larger than before. Race, so often dismissed by white people as an insignificant factor in contemporary U.S. society, has acquired meaning—meaning that they were working hard to ignore.
The Only Sermon
If we dug a huge grave miles wide, miles deep
Can We Talk?
It's time for a new conversation on race in America.
"Welcome to the 40s," a friend said to me on my birthday, "the old age of youth and the youth of old age."