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Speaker: kelly lytle hernandez, associate professor, history and african american studies and interim director of the ralph j bunche center. America's new race/class contradictions erupted in the 1992 los angeles rebellion, at the text's four discursive sites, history contextualizes theory and theory. Each week, american history tv's reel america brings you archival flims that bring context to the history in.
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