This edition: Derrick Bell on racismTweet
Original tape date: January 1, 1994.
Host, David R. Jones, President of the Community Service Society of New York, discusses racism with Derrick Bell, author and New York University Law Professor. Bell outlines current racism issues facing minorities in the U.S. He explains that racism not only hurts the targeted population, but also hurts the majority population. Bell asks viewers to individually protest racism with integrity, and Jones adds that he hopes the U.S. learns to strengthen and seek contributions of all citizens.
Prof. Derrick Bell Law Professor & Author, New York University
David R. Jones President & CEO, Community Service Society of New York
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