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Who We Are
A Chronicle of Racism in America
On Who We Are, host Carvell Wallace and ACLU Deputy Director Jeffery Robinson reach back to tipping points in American history, to examine the white supremacist foundation on which the nation’s legal, political and social systems were built. A podcast by Ben & Jerry’s and produced by Vox Creative.
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4.3 stars from 268 ratings
Great podcast!
Love this podcast for the history and truth. I read another review that said we need another season and I completely agree! I look forward to listening to a new release each week.
Vanepimar via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/20/20
Erroneous beliefs.
This is a good podcast, but the host on the Bootstraps episode believes that America has managed to pull $4 trillion out of thin air. That’s just not true. To say Americans aren’t going to have to sacrifice anything to correct a horrible wrong is a truly ignorant thing to say. With as much as $4...Read full review »
Cenzano via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/19/20
Great Compromise
Loved discussion of compromise of 1877. More people need to learn about it. Looking forward to next episodes. Thank u for this.
newsjunqui via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/18/20
Recent Episodes
From slavery to sharecropping to mass incarceration, American institutions have reproduced cycles of social rupture and exploitation by design. Is it even possible to imagine true equity as long as the current carceral system stands? Carvell Wallace and Jeffery Robinson begin with Bill Clinton’s...
Published 10/20/20
What does it mean to be well in America? Who is seen as deserving of healthcare? Racism has plagued the American medical system since its inception and continues to produce disparities in health and life expectancy to this day. In this episode, Carvell Wallace and Jeffery Robinson trace the...
Published 10/13/20
“To pull oneself up by one’s bootstraps” was originally a metaphor for the impossible. It’s now one of the most American of American idioms — encapsulating a belief that one’s fortunes and failures hinge on individual responsibility alone. It simultaneously obscures the systemic economic theft of...
Published 10/06/20
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