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On June 22, 1944, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act, better known as the G.I. Bill, was signed into law. This landmark bill both played a massive role in improving the lives of the white working class and also strongly reflected the racial bias at the heart of the United States, deepening […]
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A Correct Take

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On June 9, 2020
Yes indeed. If your white kid made an adorable sign proclaiming black lives matter but you opted out of your neighborhood predominantly black school then you are not teaching your kid that black lives matter. — Abby pay her now Norman (@abbynormansays) June 8, 2020

On Rioting

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On May 28, 2020

Once again, yesterday demonstrated that white people are far more concerned with the property of wealthy corporations than they are with the lives of black people. We see this over and over again duri

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Albert Memmi, RIP

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On May 25, 2020
Albert Memmi, the Franco-Tunisian writer, died on May 22. Memmi is best known for his meditations on colonialism, racism, and Jewishness. Born in Tunis, educated within the French system, sent from the University of Algiers to a forced labor camp by Vichy anti-Semitic laws, Memmi supported the decolonization struggles in North Africa even as he […]
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