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GEO 11: Lessons for Today from Black Like Me

April 11, 2012
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Fifty years ago this November John Howard Griffin’s Black Like Me stunned white America with a truth it did not want to see: a virulent, soul-killing racism against African people was rampant within this reputed “democracy.” This issue of GEO explores the legacy of Griffin's work and its significance today.