One Hand Clapping

Yes, Race Still Does Matter In America

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

The myth of American exceptionalism is disproven with a vengeance when it comes to race. God didn't pick North America as a preserve for the righteous. We are no city on a hill beckoning the world to do as we do. At the founding we enslaved people of color; today we spend other people's money and then blame the banks for giving it to us. We are such stuff as human nature is made of, and that isn't often pretty or even ennobling. The color line rattles and roars. Consider the equal protection case to be argued before the U.S Supreme Court on April 22, iRicci, et al. v. New Haven, et al./i

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