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PROFESSOR BUTTERFIELD, I PRESUME: “I’m Black. Does America Have a Plan for My Life?”, asks a a…

PROFESSOR BUTTERFIELD, I PRESUME: “I’m Black. Does America Have a Plan for My Life?”, asks a an assistant professor of African-American studies and philosophy at Yale University in the New York Times. You’re an adult man. What’s stopping you from making your own? And why does a nation need a plan for your life? This […]
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