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How Not to Educate Whites About Racism, Bernie ‘Bros’ IRL and the Homeless Employee of a Fortune 500 Company

One could make the argument (quite easily, in fact) that White America needs an education on the history of racism in this country, as well as the role oppression has played in our country’s history. That said, there’s a right way to teach that history, and there’s a wrong way.

Strapped to a chair Clockwork Orange-style and forced to watch the nine-hour miniseries Roots falls in the second camp.

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