How Racism Harms White Americans
A lecture by John H. Bracey

How Racism Harms White Americans - A lecture by John H. Bracey
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Matthew

And there it is, the previous commentator agreed with "99%" of what he said until he mentioned the FACT that the world was not created in six days. Folks it's a fairy tale. You have to let it go. Now that means you won't see Grandma again, but we have to grow up. We, as a species, have ...Read more

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LAMOUR

I enjoyed and agreed with 99% of what this lecture was about, being a Black female Vietnam veteran of the Army. I have experienced racism from Detroit (being born and bred there) to Alabama (military) to California (educator, minister and entrepreneur). But also within my own family and ...Read more

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Anonymous

Very enlightening!

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