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MaryAnn’s quick take: A straightforward yet shrewdly incisive work of journalism, a cutting history of white America’s backlash against Black progress. Rise Again: Tulsa and the Red Summer is history that is not yet past, and must be reckoned with. Read the review…

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Les Nôtres
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