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Learning Racism | DAVID NEUNUEBEL


(Counterpunch, April 07, 2015) From St. Louis to Jerusalem When I was young I discovered racism. I grew up in the St. Louis area, Brentwood to be exact. Pretty white bread to be sure. I went to grade schools that … Continue reading

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Race and Ethnicity: Selma, secretly | Greg Palast


(Axis of Logic/ GregPalast.com, 19 January 2015)   In 1930, when my father was an eight-year-old kid in Chicago, he asked his older brother why people were outside in the cold snow waiting in a long line. His brother Harold … Continue reading

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