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Apr/May2014

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Editorials


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Wearing the Black Star
 
America has changed less radically in the last 80 years than has Germany, but it has changed nonetheless and in essential ways. We no longer legally discriminate. But we have not allowed those who wear our own version of the yellow star, those whose skin color makes them "black" ( a word that means different things to different people, the only common thread being ancestry from "dark-skinned" Africans), to entirely take it off.
 
Thomas J. Hubschman

 

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