Race Inquiry Digest (November 30) – Important Current Stories On Race In America

Featured – The gang rape was horrific. The NAACP sent Rosa Parks to investigate. Rosa Parks, left, in an undated photo. Decades after her rape, Recy Taylor, right, holds an old photo of herself outside her Florida home in 2010. She was walking home from a church revival in her small Alabama town on the evening of Sept. 3, 1944, when a green Chevrolet filled with white men pulled up. Read more 

What the New York Times’ Nazi Story Left Out. The history of America has been written by normal white racists living in normal towns. Read more 

How the GOP Has Already Hijacked the Alabama Election. Election watchers are warning that the election will be tampered with—but that misses the bigger picture. Read more 

White racism course causes controversy at Florida university. The course will cover everything from ways to challenge white supremacy to the ideologies, laws, policies and practices in this country that have allowed for “white racial domination.” Read more 

How segregation leads to racist voting by whites. Political scientists use new tools — and draw on psychology — to explain how and why “social geography” shapes attitudes. Read more 

‘I’ve had family members that disowned me’: Inside the mind of the black conservative TV pundit. Kevin Jackson is one of a handful of black personalities to make frequent and repeated appearances on Fox News. Read more 

The French Origins of “You Will Not Replace Us.” The European thinkers behind the white-nationalist rallying cry. Read more 

Supreme Court Rejects Case Over Confederate Emblem On Mississippi Flag. Moore, the African-American plaintiff, said in court documents that for him, exposure to the flag is “painful, threatening, and offensive.” Read more 

Racism Is Stopping Black Men From Solving Our Nursing Shortage. While nursing still remains predominantly female and white, black men, who are drastically underrepresented in nursing, may in fact be the group of men most motivated to enter the field. Read more 

The Talented Ribkins by Ladee Hubbard. “For sheer reading pleasure Ladee Hubbard’s original and wildly inventive novel is in a class by itself.” – Toni Morrison  Read more 

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