How the Words of James Baldwin in 1968 Connect to America Present-Day

Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020

The above segment is from The Matter of Fact Listening Tour hosted by Soledad O’Brien.

“The Hard Truth About Bias” features conversations about the relationship of race and privilege; racial stress; the impact of bias in the images and language in our daily news and information; and the creation of stereotypes and how they influence the way we think.

Guests in this segment: Eddie Glaude, Jr., Chair of the Department of African American Studies, Princeton University and Michael Sebastian, Esquire editor-in-chief

[Originally published on October 8, 2020 via Matter of Fact]

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