“I Wanted to Tell the Story of How I Had Become a Racist”: An Interview with Historian Charles B. Dew
by Robin Lindley
His new book is “The Making of a Racist.”
SOURCE: The News and Observer
Historian Charles Dew takes on the racism of an infamous ancestor, the slavery apologist Thomas R. Dew
The book, “The Making of a Racist,” is part memoir, part history.
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