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Michael Eric Dyson

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Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University; author of the book “What Truth Sounds Like: Robert F. Kennedy, James Baldwin, and Our Unfinished Conversation About Race in America”

Michael Eric Dyson on KCRW

In 1963, after massive civil rights protests in Birmingham, Attorney General Bobby Kennedy wanted to improve race relations in the country.

How a historic meeting between Bobby Kennedy and black leaders stays relevant

In 1963, after massive civil rights protests in Birmingham, Attorney General Bobby Kennedy wanted to improve race relations in the country.

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One sociologist says liberals are making a mistake when they prioritize economic injustice over racial injustice, and ending racism is the responsibility of white people.

Why white people need to step up to address persistent racism

One sociologist says liberals are making a mistake when they prioritize economic injustice over racial injustice, and ending racism is the responsibility of white people.

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