Barnicle: ‘We Don’t Grasp the Meaning of Race in this Country, Because It’s Not Taught’

‘Our children really don’t know the meaning of race in this country, because it’s just not taught’

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BARNICLE: “And I would submit that before we can talk about this really collectively, as a country, as a people, we’re going to have to learn about it. We don’t know about these things in America. It’s not taught. Tulsa is not taught, really, in schools. It might be now, but it hadn’t been for years and years and years. You could take a picture of what happened in Hiroshima and match it up against a picture of what happened in Tulsa 100 years ago and it would be hard to tell the difference. And the difference, of course, is rooted in race. We just don’t grasp the meaning of race in this country because it’s not taught in our schools. Our children really don’t know the meaning of race in this country because it’s just not taught.”

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