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 Taylor Report 
 Norman Otis Richmond, writer, broadcaster and bluesologist.
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 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
There is a movement in the U.S. to tear down the monuments of oppression. Phil Taylor and Norman Otis Richmond discuss this movement, and how much America has lost as a result of systemic bigotry against black people.

They also talk about Dick Gregory's career, and the salience of his statement that Black Americans have developed a callus from the beatings and racism that they have endured.

Later, the conversation turns to the shortcomings of the film "Detroit" - why is it necessary to blame "both sides?"

Norman Otis Richmond also expressed support for Colin Kaepernick.

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00:32:46 English 2017-08-21
 Toronto, Ontario
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