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Opponents of Critical Race Theory Don’t Even Know What It Is

They just don’t want students to engage with the concept of racism

I was probably never more militant than I was in the years when Afrocentricity was the new hotness. The early 1990s were a great time to come into one’s Black intellectualism. I’ve written about this period of time before, so I won’t belabor the point…




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Writer and poet holding down Columbus, Ohio

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