Marking Black history While The Story Is Still Being Written | MSNBC

Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, Professor and Founding Director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at Boston University, joins NBC’s Joshua Johnson to discuss how his new book “Four Hundred Souls” is changing the way Black history is told. Dr. Kendi reflects on how a deeper knowledge of Black history could impact the national understanding of racism.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Marking Black history While The Story Is Still Being Written | MSNBC


  1. Vice President Kamala Harris inspires young Black Women across USA to take up politics seriously and achieve greatness.

  2. Racism is his business. Exploiting white guilt is his business. It is Dr. Kendi’s job to make up as many saleable, dumbed down ideas as possible.

  3. Right on. Forest Trump put us back 50 years. It’s sad no one can stop such an evil criminal like trump. It’s all his fault that this has resurfaced.

  4. We are all one race, we all share the same DNA building block mitochondria. Some of us are a different colour due to the human race evolving as our ancestors moved out from Africa across the world. We are all one race. What’s so difficult to understand ? Just accept one another.

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