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Black People Can Handle It: Empathy and Educational Inequity


By Mo Green 9:40 am July 2, 2013 A lack of empathy perpetuates racial disparities…. At least, that is what Slate writer, Jason Silverstein, argues. Touching on a plethora of severe identity issues within our “post-racial” society (just kidding, that doesn’t exist), Silverstein demonstrates problematic assumptions on “what it means to be black.” Answers to […]

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Happy Holidays 2011 to Emmett Till From the Cotton Rebel Era

By Keantre Malone 12:59 pm December 27, 2011 In the midst of my mindless consumption yesterday, I found the infamous Emmett Till on a clothing rack! Leaders 1354, Chicago’s local boutique that serves Hip-Hop hipsters, was selling the last of its Enstrumental feature. Ensturmental produced a shirt called, “The Revenge of Emmett Till”, this season, that […]

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