A decade ago, I lived abroad as a J. William Fulbright scholar in Berlin. It was an opportunity to experience how race operates outside the United States and in a major European city. I was intrigued since intellectuals like W.E.B. Du Bois had lived in Germany, a place that embraced him in ways America, his own country, had not.
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