In the book Tears We Cannot Stop, Dyson uses story-telling in his sermon to reflect on race in America. In a memoir essay that draws on this book, write a short narrative where you reflect on race-relations in America, your experience with race/racism or privilege (personal examples okay). How much progress have we made in terms of race-relations since the 1960s civil rights movement and Dr. Kings famous I Have a Dream speech? How close or far have we come to achieving that dream King spoke about? (Perhaps consider racial profiling, white fragility, 5 stages of white grief and/or recommendations at end of book)
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