“If you’re African-American, what is that supposed to make you think?” asks Leonard Pitts. “You come to regard justice as a fairy tale for the very naive.”
“If you’re African-American, what is that supposed to make you think?” asks Leonard Pitts. “You come to regard justice as a fairy tale for the very naive.”
“If you’re African-American, what is that supposed to make you think?” asks Leonard Pitts. “You come to regard justice as a fairy tale for the very naive.”