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  1. White Supremacy and Property Rights: Tamir Rice and the Oregon Standoff

    Anne Bonds and Joshua Inwood examine white property rights as a cornerstone of white supremacy in both the case of Tamir Rice and the Oregon standoff.

  2. Earth Day 2012: Toxic Environmental Racism in Tennessee Threatens Family

    TweetThe long and hard fought war against toxic racism is nearly over for the Harry Holt family, an African American family in Dickson, Tennessee whose well was poisoned by the leaky Dickson County Landfill, located …

  3. William Grant Still’s Birthday: African American Classical Composer

    Tweet This is the birthday of the very talented William Grant Still, the first African American composer and conductor of classical music to get much national recognition in the US. He was the grandson of …

  4. Moving to ‘Whitopia’ and Fleeing Diversity

    Tweet As I have written for some years now, the U.S. is moving rather rapidly to a much more diverse condition. Even a quick look at demographic data reveals the U.S. is rather rapidly becoming …

  5. Bringing Back the Idea of Reparations

    Tweet In an 1860s Boston speech the white abolitionist Wendell Phillips made the case for major reparations, saying “There is not wealth enough in all the North to compensate this [African American] generation–much less the …


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