“An episode of All in the Family from 1971 strikingly demonstrates how peculiar our orthodoxy on race has become, despite how familiar … Read more
“Racial discrimination is bad, except in cases where the historical context merits it. In those cases, racial discrimination is good.” … Read more
7:23 Why is race America’s most radioactive topic?
14:40 Social injustice vs. cosmic injustice
23:26 The allure of racial grievance
35:20 Does the black community need better public policies or just self-help?
41:45 What’s the point of affirmative action these days?
54:43 The case against Columbia’s “Great Books” curriculum
Glenn Loury (Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University) and Coleman Hughes (Columbia University, Quillette) Recorded June 6, 2018
So who defines what it is to be black in America? Who defines what the black experience is and is this experience monolithic? If I am black but don’t have the prevailing agreed upon experience of oppression, does it mean I’m not really black? … Read more