Scholars wanted to submit academic-based writings about the generation gap between younger and older African-Americans on the issue of racism in the United States.
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I am interested in compiling a series of essays from academics about the perceived generational gap between younger and older African-Americans on the issue of racism in the United States. Specifically, it is my observation that many older African-Americans view younger African-Americans as naive and blind to racism, while the younger cohort thinks their older counterparts are paranoid.
To what degree do you see this generation gap as true, and what explanation would you provide for it? Reliance on academic sources in your explanation is expected, although you are certainly welcome and encouraged to augment those sources with anecdotal material of your own.
John D Rich, Jr., Ph.D.
Delaware State University
Delaware Hall 252
Dover DE 19901
302-857-6667 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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