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Teaching To Fight US Racism, Research Prescribes a Nationwide Healing Process

To Fight US Racism, Research Prescribes a Nationwide Healing Process

reduce police violence against citizens, but it doesn’t address the centuries-old underlying problems in American society. Race-based slavery was central to the founding of the United States. It was even written into the US Constitution. Several of the nation’s most prominent leaders, like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, enslaved people. As a result, racism and inequality are deeply embedded in the nation’s history.

Benjamin Appel, Associate Professor of International Relations, Michigan State University and Cyanne E. Loyle, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, Pennsylvania State University
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How can the United States address racism in a meaningful way?


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