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The Personal Cost of an UN-United States

Published on: 31st August, 2021

Amid escalating tensions about race from theory, to policy, to practices; this nation is at an inflection point about its past, present, and future. Who we are and What We Become are among the most critical questions of the day? The intersection of extremist talk about the direction of this country from social reform, to political representation, to economic recovery is - RACE.

Dr. Donald Earl Collins is a Lecturer at American University. He has written extensively about race, multiculturalism, and the history of African American and American identity. Dr. Collins is the author of two books: "Black" America: Multiculturalism and the African American Experience and Notes from the Boy @ The Window.

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The Personal Cost of a Divided Nation
Race Relations in the US
The Personal Cost of a Divided Nation is a 6-part series where we look at how Race is interwoven in the fabric of America and how it manifests in our daily lives. We will hear from academics, business leaders, clergy, and everyday people about the real impact and consequences of deteriorating race relations. What is the personal cost of an UN-United States?