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Blackness and Blood: Interpreting African American Identity | Duron Chavis
In his Tanner Lectures, “The State and the Shaping of Identity,” Kwame Anthony Appiah defends a version of liberalism that would give the state a substantial role in deliberately sustaining, reshaping, and even creating the social identities of its citizens-our identities as African American, women, Hispanic, gay, Jewish, and the like.’ He calls this role … Continue reading "Blackness and Blood: Interpreting African American Identity"