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Before the civil rights movement, it was common to call something 'racist.' What happened?


On the heels of a tweet storm from President Donald Trump telling four freshmen congresswomen of color to “go back and help fix the totally crime infested places from which they came,” Cornell professor Lawrence Glickman joined THINK to examine the history behind why many in the media are so reluctant to use the term “racist” to describe people in power.