Glenn Loury, Ian Rowe, and Robert Woodson Debunk Myths about the Black Experience in America – Hoover Institution
Listen in on a lively discussion about the state of Black families between @1776Unites scholars. Even when we disagree on particulars, we are united in our mission. I so treasure @GlennLoury & Robert Cherry as friends and co-laborers. https://t.co/FJc6omnrnp— Bob Woodson (@BobWoodson) September 8, 2021
How do we proceed today as Black Americans? As Americans in general?— 1776 Unites (@1776Unites) July 2, 2021
By remembering our history — one of triumph, struggle and resilience — and confronting our present, honestly.
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If you think you are doing Black people a favor by treating us like we're all oppressed — and TEACHING our children that they are — you are NOT. https://t.co/6A5LnVZAZ4— 1776 Unites (@1776Unites) June 18, 2021