Amira Rose Davis

Pennsylvania State University

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Amira Rose Davis is assistant professor of history and women's, gender and sexuality studies at Pennsylvania State University.

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While white personalities knock Trump, he seems to go out of his way to attack black athletes.

Trump and black athletes

While white personalities knock Trump, he seems to go out of his way to attack black athletes.

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