Posted on: 31st January, 2014
14th January, 2021
When a White student posts a graphic picture on the door of a Black student, it sets about a chain of events after which nobody is quite the same.
How will this action impact students at a top American university campus? How do we become who we are as adults, while healing the wounds of the past? Baltimore is a bracing and urgent look at race, culture and identity.
Brilliantly dissecting how these issues play at the emergence of adulthood, nobody – White, Black, Asian, Latina or otherwise – escapes without at first looking thoroughly at themselves and coming to terms with their position in a fast-changing world.
By Kirsten Greenidge
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