After Words with Ron Christie
Mr. Christie explores the history of the disparaging term “acting white,” from its origin during the Reconstruction era to its current use.… read more
Mr. Christie explores the history of the disparaging term “acting white,” from its origin during the Reconstruction era to its current use. He discussed the phrase and its impact with Janet Langhart Cohen, wife of former Secretary of Defense William Cohen and author of My Life in Two Americas. close
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Ronald "Ron" I. Christie Adjunct Professor George Washington University->Graduate School of Political Management
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