The Good Humor ice cream company joined forces with RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan to replace a standard jingle with roots in racist minstrel shows.
UT Associate Professor of African and African Diaspora Studies Edmund T. Gordon explains how the university's spirit song is tied to Robert E. Lee.
SOURCE: Harvard Gazette
It’s a difficult exhibition to explore, but one that its organizers hope will promote a deeper understanding of America’s brutal history of slavery, segregation, and racism, and their legacy.
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