SOURCE: La Crosse Tribune
Sociologist Jim Loewen visited La Crosse to talk about his research into America’s centuries of racism and the cover-up by white historians of that history.
SOURCE: The Herald Bulletin
“Living in Alex and knowing I was the only black person in town wasn’t a comfortable situation. It was different walking to the store and to the park and to the library.”
SOURCE: Star Tribune
The town of Edina admits its racist past, but one Wikipedia editor apparently doesn’t.
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