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Confronting Racism

Confronting Racism

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Racism isn't always obvious, but it can be found almost everywhere. This hour, TED speakers explore the effects of everyday and systemic racism in America—and how we can work to defeat it. Guests include authors Brittney Cooper and Monique Morris, journalism professor Pat Ferrucci, clinical psychologist Howard Stevenson, and anti-racism educator Travis Jones.
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Louise Newsome

.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm gmcz

Apr 24th
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Christine Johnson

Sandra Bland was not "killed after a police encounter. " She committed suicide in jail.

Apr 8th
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Ted Jordan

as much as i enjoy TED and NPR, they are also part of the problem. Black speakers can only discuss racial issues, sports, music, giving back to their community. Very seldom Blacks speak on science, geography, nobel prizes, computers, cyber security, statistics...

Apr 1st
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Conal Wright

Bipin Upadhyay lol!!!

Apr 19th
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Emily McAdoo

Ted Jordan Would you prefer to have a white person talk about racism?

Apr 18th
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Kevin Gauthier

Ted talks has become a political propaganda arm... WHY??? everything has become political and corrupt anymore,and most ppl are clueless to it,they just think that's the way it REALLY is..... once you start to see things in a political way,you realize how much in this world has been corrupted... it's sad!!!!

Mar 29th
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Mae Lee Arant

Armin Radford exactly

Jul 29th
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Armin Radford

Kevin Gauthier everything is political you dimwit. Should we not talk about race because it is political?

Apr 6th
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Owen M James

Racism is definitely found in America more than anywhere else. Its basically a national obsession

Mar 29th
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SWA

it's not just White Americans. its white people everywhere

Mar 29th
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KC

SWA ,well there's some nice racism.

May 11th
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Ted Jordan

SWA worldwide. including China, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, and even parts of Africa

Apr 1st
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Chris Roller

i like 6:28 "notion of a precarious future" but we all feel precarious, and rightly so because we may well be ruined or killed this year or maybe next. Why invest?

Mar 29th
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