Reflections On Charleston

“While we are angry, hurt and in somber disbelief, this is the time when an honest dialogue about racism, sexism, Islamophobia, and privilege needs to occur. Failure to do so will only continue the cycle of hate and the perpetuation of systematic inequalities that we will accept as isolated incidents. As such we must remember this incident is not history repeating itself, it is a continuation of an American cultural norm.”

Written by Anthony Greene, Assistant Professor of African American Studies at The College of Charleston SC

Filed in: News from Peaceful Tomorrows

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