On The Anniversary Of Emmett Till’s Death: Why The 1950s And ’60s Were Not ‘A Simpler Time’

To say that the 1950s or ’60s were a simpler time, that America was perhaps greater, is to erase a guilt-ridden time from history. I’m tired of hearing that the 1950s and 60s were a simpler time. This statement doesn’t consider rampant discrimination based on ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, or religion. To address … Continue reading On The Anniversary Of Emmett Till’s Death: Why The 1950s And ’60s Were Not ‘A Simpler Time’