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 met at each advance by more sophisticated intellectual and institutional forms of racism. He also explored the roles museums play in preserving African American culture. This 45-minute discussion took place at Association of African American Museums annual conference. close
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Hasan Kwame Jeffries Associate Professor Ohio State University->History Department
Ibram X. Kendi Professor American University->History and International Relations
Eric Williams Curator National Museum of African American History and Culture->Religion
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