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Is ‘Race Science’ Making A Comeback? | NPR

Jess Kung, Gene Demby & Shereen Marisol Meraji | NPR Angela Saini, author of Superior: The Return of Race Science. Henrietta Garden. Featured Image Angela Saini was 10 years old, her family moved from what she called “a very multicultural area” in East London to the almost exclusively white Southeast London. Suddenly her brown skin stood out, making her a target. She couldn’t avoid the harassment coming from two boys who lived around the corner. One day, they pelted her and her sister with rocks. She remembers one hit her on the head. She remembers bleeding. There had been racist […]

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The sadism of white men Why America must atone for its lynchings | The Guardian Until now, the enforcement of white supremacy through racial terrorism in the form of lynching has largely been unrecognized as part of America’s history

Until now, the enforcement of white supremacy through racial terrorism in the form of lynching has largely been unrecognised as part of America’s history.

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A Century Later, a Little-Known Mass Hanging of Black Soldiers Still Haunts Us | The Progressive “The riot was a problem created by community policing in a hostile environment. It’s up to people now to decide whether there are lessons relevant to the present.” -Paul Matthews, founder of Houston’s Buffalo Soldiers National Museum

“The riot was a problem created by community policing in a hostile environment. It’s up to people now to decide whether there are lessons relevant to the present.” – Paul Matthews, founder of Houston’s Buffalo Soldiers National Museum

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