Angela Glover Blackwell on “Are We Post-Racial Yet?”

The Race & America’s Future Virtual Book Club is opening up a national dialogue on race — and on the policies we need to make our nation more just and more equitable.

Authors Angela Glover Blackwell, Stewart Kwoh, and Manuel Pastor engage in real, honest conversation about the major challenges and opportunities facing our changing nation.

8 Responses to “Angela Glover Blackwell on “Are We Post-Racial Yet?””

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