By Phil Vischer |
Published in June of 2020

SUMMARY: An accessible personal narrative that explains how the way we tell our personal stories is a reflection of our understanding of racism. We really like how Vischer expertly strips back the layers of his own personal story and how that fits in with the overall system in the United States.

KEY QUOTE: “We built a system to favor ourselves. And it worked amazingly well. Every generation of my family has benefited from the color of our skin. Every generation. It didn’t stop with the Emancipation Proclamation. It didn’t stop with Brown v. Board of Education. And it still hasn’t stopped today.”

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