Vol. 2, Issue 25
“Both The Tarboro Three and A Sin By Any Other Name demonstrate just how far we are from living in a post-racial America. And both works make abundantly clear that before the white South can hope for redemption, it must be ready to confront a long history of racial sin.”
-George Hovis, “Dismantling the Confederacy”
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