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Douglas MercerEssays

by Douglas Mercer DID ANY COUNTRY CHANGE as much as America did from, say, 1966 to 1969? If you blinked, when you opened your eyes you were shocked to see “afros,” burning cities, Black fists in the air, a drugged-out dystopia — and you were told, against all common sense, that this…
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Douglas MercerEssaysGuest opinion

Stacey Abrams by Douglas Mercer THE ADVERTISING character/image “Aunt Jemima” got the bum’s rush a while back because it perpetuated some benign and pretty much accurate stereotypes of Blacks — but not to worry, the spitting image of the famous dough-faced Negro still…
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