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Bright years of resurgence: The revolutionary potential of #BlackLivesMatter

African American studies scholar Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor examines the persistent inequalities facing Black Americans generations after the contradictory political gains of the Civil Rights Movement, and explains how the Black Lives Matter movement has the potential to challenge not just police brutality, but America’s political leadership and the pervasive roots of inequality itself.

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