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“There’s no Such Thing as an African American”

Erasure may be worse than hatefulness

Photo by Marquise Kamanke on Unsplash

“There’s no such thing as an African American” is a statement I have seen more than once in the comments section of my articles. As a filmmaker and educator who has been documenting historic schools built by African Americans, sharecropping, and other central experiences in African American history for the past 17 years, I…




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