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Jody D. Armour's "Nigga Theory"

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I recommend this interview to all who want to understand some cultural perspectives on using the n-word. Armour also advocates feeling uncomfortable about these issues. I agree: we need to grapple with what makes us uncomfortable. Our unease works like a wall, keeping us separate from what is different. 

Armour: As the US Supreme Court said in the Dred Scott decision, “Blacks have no rights that a white man has to respect.” It continued into Jim Crow, and then ...

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