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Ashley "Woody" Doane, chair of the Department of Social Sciences in the University of Hartford's Hillyer College, has focused his research on the effects of racism on the majority race and on racial discourse in America; as well as the invisible racism in "whiteness," and individual vs. institutional racism. .
In part two of his interview, Doane discusses New England's historic complicity in the Southern slave system; reconstruction and Jim Crow, racism as a means of dehumanizing the "other," invisible "affirmative action" for whites; and how we as a society might actually move to overcome racism.
Ashley "Woody" Doane
professor of sociology
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