We all use the term, but is there really a “black community” (or, for that matter, an LGBT community, or anything similar)? Apart from basic demands for respect and a fair chance, do all black people think alike, which is what the idea of a “black community” strongly implies? Eric July week continues with a discussion of these and related issues.
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