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Shelby Steele: The Unpopular Truth About Race Relations in America

This interview offers a deeper look into the origins of racial conflict and relations in America.

Following the death of George Floyd, the American city streets have exploded in anger and violence, as well as increased demands for ‘social justice.’ Have both black and white Americans become trapped into seeing color before character? Have the Federal government’s raft of social policies increased overall socio-economic inequality rather than reducing it? Is the protest group Black Lives Matter distorting the political narrative in order to manipulating the pervasive underlying fear of being called a ‘racist’ in today’s America?

In this extended interview, Dr. Shelby Steele discusses the deeper issues surrounding race in America. Watch:

Award-winning scholar Shelby Steele is the author of Content of Our Character, The: A New Vision of Race in America, and a leading historian of African-American studies, and the Robert J. and Marion E. Oster Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. For over 50 years he has specialized in the study of race relations, multiculturalism, and affirmative action.

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