Excuse me, America, your house is on fire: Lessons from Charlottesville on the KKK and “alt-right”
Jalane Schmidt

You know it’s rude to talk about people behind their back and then delete and block people who disagree with you. Of course it would be a college professor that can’t live outside a bubble. It behooves one who speaks as a professor to not throw stones from glass houses, your glass bubble is crashing down. You can either learn to have an open dialogue with those who disagree with you, or you can be a footnote of history with nary a textbook in your memory. The choice is yours, Alea iacta est

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