Some of My Best Friends Are Black
Tanner Colby presents his thoughts on the social, economic, and political factors, which according to the author have obstructed integration in America. He was interviewed by Jessica Moore, curatorial fellow at the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts, and responded to questions from members of the audience at Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn, New York. close
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Tanner Colby Author
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