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Emulating Einstein: An Anti-Racist Model for White People

Be more like Albert

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Albert Einstein was born in Germany on March 14, 1879, the same year tens of thousands of Black American refugees engaged in a mass flight from slave states along the Mississippi River to the hopefully better pastures of Kansas, Colorado, and Oklahoma. This event became known as the Exodus of 1879.




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Jeffrey Kass

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