SOURCE: Washington Post
by Alaina E. Roberts
When Beto O’Rourke referred to the Tulsa massacre, he was correcting the record on racial violence.
The statement was endorsed by many other scholarly organizations.
SOURCE: The New York Times
August 4, 2019
by Kathleen Belew
Attacks like that in El Paso are not an end in themselves. They are a call to arms, toward something much more frightening.
by Eric V. Tait, Jr.
Much like today, in the early 1980s, people of color and the gains of the civil rights movement were increasingly under attack and many Americans wanted to “turn back the clock to an earlier era.”
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