3 Sociological theories I found in 'Between the World and Me'

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| November 10 2015,

02:00 am

“Race is the child of racism, not the father….Racism is is rendered as the innocent daughter of Mother Nature.”
“I recall learning these laws clearer than I recall learning my colors and shapes, because these laws were essential to the security of my body. I practiced the culture of the streets, a culture concerned chiefly with securing the body.”
“The robbery of time is not measured in lifespans but in moments.”