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"Symposium: Is Racism Permanent? Part Two"

A continuation of the discussion of whether racism is permanent and how those involved in anti-racism work continue despite the depressing state of race relations in the United States.January/February 1994 issue of Poverty & Race

View Part One of this Symposium

We asked a sample of PRRAC Board members, Social Science Advisory Board members and grantees to submit short essays, to respond to the position -- put forth by Derrick Bell, Richard Delgado, Charles Washington, John Calmore and others, in various forms, and buttressed by Douglas Massey and Nancy Denton's recent research on "American apartheid" -- that racism is a permanent, non-eradicable feature of American life; and to provide some personal insight into what keeps them going in their anti-racism work, given the depressing, and probably deteriorating, state of race relations in the United States.


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