Balancing Rights: White and Black, Then and Now Commentator John McWhorter would like the nation to acknowledge the horrors that white racists inflicted on black people in the past because it advances the nation morally. But he says we should be paying more attention to black-on-black violence in our cities today.
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Balancing Rights: White and Black, Then and Now

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Commentator John McWhorter would like the nation to acknowledge the horrors that white racists inflicted on black people in the past because it advances the nation morally. But he says we should be paying more attention to black-on-black violence in our cities today.