Someone Else's House: Speech
Ms. Jacoby talked about her book Someone Else’s House, published by Simon and Schuster. The book examined the history of race relations… read more
Ms. Jacoby talked about her book Someone Else’s House, published by Simon and Schuster. The book examined the history of race relations between blacks and whites in the post-civil rights era and how the ideal of integration has fared in the past few years. close
People in this video
- Gloria Coles Director Flint Public Library
Tamar Jacoby Senior Fellow Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
- Clinton Jones Professor University of Michigan->Political Science
- Katherine Saunders Researcher Public Policy
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