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Injustice, racism and honest talk

Bill Rogers is the Bennette E. Geer Professor of Literature Emeritus at Furman.

Last month, retired Furman English professor Bill Rogers served on the planning committee for the Shared Knowledge Conference 2017, “A Just Greenville.” The theme of the conference was justice—for women, for immigrants, for people of color. In an op-ed for The Greenville News, Rogers writes that the conference made him confront several ideas, including the notion that injustice and racism feed off each other.

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