Kathryn Paige Harden

A book that could save lives: Adam Rutherford’s How to Argue with a Racist reviewed

Had science, history and the myth of racial purity been so clearly presented to Dylann Roof, the Charleston shootings might never have happened

In the award-winning musical Avenue Q, filthy-minded puppets sang about schadenfreude, internet porn, loud sex, the uselessness of an English literature degree — and racism. Or, more specifically, they sang about the ubiquitous human habit of

stereotyping people by race:

Everyone’s a little bit racist, sometimes.Doesn’t mean we go around committing hate crimes.Look

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