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Walter D. Greason Aug 13
Fifteen years ago, I taught a course on collective racial violence in the US. It is the only course I decided to never teach again.
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Walter D. Greason
The students were traumatized by the weekly meetings, and I decided to break the material into multiple courses so it was easier to handle.
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Walter D. Greason Aug 13
Replying to @WorldProfessor
That said, I'll provide some of the available materials here in hopes that we can better understand the danger represents.
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Walter D. Greason Aug 13
Replying to @WorldProfessor
Other scholars, educators, & writers: please post other resources that advance the public conversation on white supremacist violence.
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Walter D. Greason Aug 13
Replying to @soledadobrien
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Walter D. Greason Aug 13
Replying to @soledadobrien @JRCpda
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Walter D. Greason Aug 13
While the history of rioting horrifies everyone, festival lynching is a unique practice of terrorism.
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Walter D. Greason Aug 13
Ida Wells-Barnett's "A Red Record" is the essential starting point on the next phase of American racial violence.
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