Books Don’t Kill People. Unjust Systems Do.

Forbidden books under lock and key
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America is in a bit of a frenzy these days to abolish books and ideas that might in any way challenge our ingrained thinking on race.

More guns. Fewer books. Got it.

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Jeffrey Kass

Jeffrey Kass

Top Medium Writer — Racism, Diversity & Education | Thought Leader On Race and Society | Award-Winning Author | Speaker | Latest Book: The Rona Diaries | Lawyer

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