Morning Ed: Multiculturalism {2017.11.23.Th}

[Mu1] Confederate Monuments are going private sector.

[Mu2] How African-Americans view discrimination seems to depend a little on whether they live in a black-majority area or no.

[Mu3] Jemar Tisby writes about what it was like, as a black man, going to the Deep South.

[Mu4] Lyman Stone wants more babies, more immigration, and more integration. This corresponds with an important piece talking about how important population diversity is if you can get the integration.

[Mu5] None of your bests friends are black. Maybe this will help, though.

[Mu6] The places where affirmative action is easiest to justify are the places where you can most easily make the argument that diversity makes the service better.

[Mu7] Dave Marcus makes the conservative case for the existence of privilege.

[Mu8] The rise and quick fall of Apple’s latest Diversity Chief.

[Mu9] 33,293


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