The 2016 Election Exposed Deep-Seated Racism. Where Do We Go From Here? Brandon Tensley, Michael C. Richardson and Rejane Frederick / Bill Moyers

no-to-racist-jpgreThis wasn’t an election. It was an exposure.

That was a common thread of the 2016 Facing Race conference in Atlanta, Georgia, where more than 2,000 activists, community organizers and journalists from across the country gathered for two-and-a-half days to talk about racial justice. While many people are still scrambling to make sense of Donald Trump’s win over Hillary Clinton in the presidential election, for the maligned and marginalized, it’s less tricky to pluck out the heart of the mystery.

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