Here’s an excerpt from the keynote address of Junot Díaz, recipient of the Pulitzer Prize and the MacArthur Foundation ‘Genius’ Grant, at Facing Race 2012 conference in Baltimore last month.

This excerpt is the first 25 minutes of his talk, and there’s plenty to chew on.

(Source: colorlines.com / Lucid Strike)

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Posted on Sunday, 9 December
Tagged as: Junot Díaz Junot Diaz people of color Facing Race Facing Race 2012 race racism white supremacy speeches Colorlines
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    Reblogging to listen to later. I love Junot Diaz so much.
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    Junot is the man!
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    xmas holiday homework is about him