Law & Disorder

Intersections of Black and American Indigenous Identities w/ Caleb Gayle

As we approach the colonial Thanksgiving holiday, we spend the hour exploring the intersections of American Indian and Black identities. Our guest in this episode is Caleb Gayle, an award-winning journalist who writes about race and identity and a professor at Northeastern University, a senior fellow at the Burnes Center for Social Change, and a visiting scholar at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. He is the author of the book We Refuse to Forget: A True Story of Black Creeks, American Identity, and Power, which offers a narrative account of how many Black Native Americans were divided and marginalized by white supremacy in America. Gayle’s writing has been featured in the New York Times, the Guardian, the ThreePenny Review, the Harvard Review, Pacific Standard, the New Republic, the Boston Globe, Los Angeles Review of Books, the Root, the Daily Beast, and more.

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