Complexity of Race in America
Daniel Sharfstein , author of The Invisible Line, discusses the complexity of race in America and one family’s perceived transformation from black to white. The New York Historical Society hosted this event.
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Daniel Sharfstein Associate Professor Vanderbilt University->Law School
Brent Staples Member New York Times->Editorial Board
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