Topic | The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965

The Twisted History of Jerry Hough

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It’s been a while since Duke University Political Science Professor, Jerry Hough, kicked off a sh*t storm of commentary by offering a bluntly┬áracist critique of┬áthe New York Times article, How Racism Doomed Baltimore. The Times piece is an excellent take down of entrenched poverty among Blacks in Baltimore, describing the collapse of Baltimore’s inner-city as […]

Three Things Asian Americans Owe to the Civil Rights Movement

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The 28th of August marks the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, one of the great turning points of the black Civil Rights Movement. The anniversary got me thinking, what do Asian Americans owe to the black Civil Rights Movement? I know that probably seems like an odd question. I […]