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Reproducing Racism

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Featuring Raphael Bostic, Nicole Esparza, LaVonna Lewis, and Cherrie Short In this edition of the Bedrosian Book Club Podcast, we discuss the new book Reproducing Racism: How Everyday Choices Lock In White Advantage by USC Gould Professor Daria Roithmayr. The book gives new language to the ongoing dialogue of racial inequality in America, distilling research from different fields into a highly readable argument that historical actions matter more than current prejudices in locking in inequality. Roithmayr uses the term locked in to describe the feedback loops that keep the privileged in privilege and the downtrodden down – find out if we think inequality is locked in. Follow us on Twitter! Follow Raphael at @RaphaelBostic and Nicole at @nicolephd To listen to the Bedrosian Book Club Podcast discussion of Reproducing Racism, click the orange arrow in the Soundcloud player at the top of this post. Or you can download it and subscribe to the through Soundcloud or iTunes! Reproducing Racism podcast transcription

Next month . . .

We’ll revisit another classic, Silent Spring, the book that launched the environmental movement. Edward O. Wilson said of the book, “We are still poisoning the air and water and eroding the biosphere, albeit less so than if Rachel Carson had not written. Today we understand better than ever why we must press the effort to save the environment all the way home, true to the mind and spirit of the valiant author of Silent Spring.”
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Of Further Interest:

The Divide Counterpoint | Bedrosian Center | USC Counterpoint | Bedrosian Center | USC Presidential Rhetoric and the Public Agenda: Constructing the War on DrugsEnforcing Order | Bedrosian Center | USC The Case for Reparations This podcast was produced by Jonathan Schwartz and Aubrey Hicks. Please follow the Bedrosian Center on Twitter and like us on Facebook.

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