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    Author Discussion on Race Relations in Black Literature

    Authors Ibram Kendi, Kevin Powell, Ladee Hubbard, and Maurice Ruffin looked at race relations and Black literature. The National Black Writers Conference sponsored this event at Medgar…

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    Malcolm X's Views on Africa

    American University professor Ibram Kendi taught a class about Malcolm X’s views on Africa. Professor Kendi argued that through the 1960s, Africa had been associated with a lack of…

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    After Words with Ibram Kendi

    American University Professor Ibram Kendi argued that America must choose to be antiracist and work toward building an equitable society. He was interviewed by Imani Perry, author and…

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    Harriet Washington and Ibram X. Kendi on Racism

    Ibram Kendi (How to Be An Antiracist) and Harriet Washington (A Terrible Thing to Waste: Environmental Racism and Its Assault on the American Min") talked about racism in the United States.…

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    Racist Ideas in American History

    American University Professor and author Ibram Kendi talked about the history of racists ideas in America. He argued that while there has been racial progress over time, progress has been…

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    Constitution, Politics, and Civic Discourse

    The Atlantic hosted a series of discussions on the Constitution, politics and civic discourse. This portion featured two panels: the first addressed issues of identity politics and potential…

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    Open Phones on Civil Rights in 1968

    American University history professor Ibram Kendi took viewer calls about civil rights in 1968.

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    Fifty Years After 1968

    At the American Historical Association’s annual meeting, historians talked about the global impact of events in 1968 and their relevance fifty years later.

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