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The Best of Our Knowledge
Wed August 8, 2012
The Best Of Our Knowledge #1142
Talking about race is never easy. Talking about inequality among racial groups, and things start getting awkward. Putting all that into the context of schools and education...congratulations you’ve started an argument. The fact is that there is educational inequality in the US for many reasons. Today on The Best Of Our Knowledge, we’ll have a conversation about race, culture and inequality in two countries with difficult racial histories: the US and South Africa.
We’ll also spend an academic minute in a galaxy far, far away.