In a talk at the University of Chicago, Michelle Alexander describes why black people are driven to violence and despair. What she says might surprise you.
Posted by Jennie Joy on November 17, 2014 in Thought, Wisdom and tagged despair, economics, globalization, government policy, incarceration, industrial economy, joblessness, law enforcement, mass incarceration, Michelle Alexander, outsourcing, Poverty, prison industry, race, racism, segregation, service economy, unemployment, university of Chicago, violence, war on drugs.
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