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Glenn Cartman Loury is an American economist, academic, and author. In 1982, at the age of 33, he became the first black tenured professor of economics in the history of Harvard University. He is the Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences and Professor of Economics at Brown University.
Glenn Loury - When Black Lives Matter: On the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America
Jul 8, 2016 to SHARE
Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs
Skip ahead to main speaker at 2:12
A talk by Glenn Loury.
Brown University’s International Advanced Research Institutes (BIARI) convene participants from around the world to address pressing global issues through collaboration across academic, professional, and geographic boundaries.
More intellectual professors ought to come out and speak up to these brainwashed rebelious students out there trashing business and historical art!
The mainstream media wouldn't air intelligent teachers as Glenn Loury or Thomas Sowell
This was recorded in 2016 at the present time the crimes in Chicago. have deepened!
Glenn Loury should be added among the wisemen such as Thomas Sowell, Jason Riley, Larry Elder, Morgan Freeman, Denzel Washington and much more we might not know about because it's always the thug that takes the limelight?
Black Wisdom Matters - Part Three:
The State of Racism in America
1 July 2020 LibertyPen
Thoughtful black commentators assess the state of racism in today's America.
Thomas Sowell, Walter E Williams, Jason Riley, Shelby Steele, Larry Elder, Morgan Freeman, Denzel Washington, Lil Wayne, Bob Woodson, Ben Carson.
For the past decades everything is on racist's list... Glenn Loury is not alone!
Black Wisdom Matters - Part One:
The Promise of Black Politicians
1 July 2020 LibertyPen
Thomas Sowell, Jason Riley, Bob Woodson, Walter E Williams and Shelby Steele look at the promises and delivery of politicians representing the ethnic grievance industry.
Part three gave a wonderful conclusion of the current issues!!!
"One day, I was reading the New York Times and there was a front page story about Simmons and the Plan for Academic Enrichment, ... So that just got me to thinking, so I picked up the phone and asked if anybody was interested down there."
SHELBY STEEL is my favourite:
[Thomas Sowell, Walter E Williams, Jason Riley, Shelby Steele, Larry Elder, Morgan Freeman, Denzel Washington, Lil Wayne, Bob Woodson, Ben Carson.]
Is White Guilt Destroying the Promise of Civil Rights?
Dr. Steele is a long-standing critic of racism and segregation, as well as welfare programs, affirmative action, and black victimization. He has written extensively for the "New York Times," "Wall Street Journal," and "Harper’s," and in 1990, he received the National Book Critics Circle Award for "The Content of Our Character."