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There are 5 comments on Ibram Kendi, BU Center for Antiracist Research Founding Director, Wins 2021 MacArthur “Genius” Grant

  1. Congratulations!! Well deserved.

    I am surprised you had not won this previously given the impact of your work. So happy that you are here with us at BU.

  2. Congratulations Professor Kendi! I am in a small book club focused on justice and equity for all, currently studying your book and learning to become antiracists. Thank you for your work from fans in North Carolina.

  3. Congratulations and Thanks a million for your heart and soul, dedication, commitment and focus sharing Knowledge to move humanity to a more enlighten view of a better life for all. With Forgiveness, Hope and Love as a center piece focus on the future for our children, families and communities.

  4. Two words from a man I wish I had had the honor of meeting before he passed away, the civil rights pioneer and legend , the late Rep.John Lewis: GOOD TROUBLE.
    Congratulations Dr.Kendi and so glad you beat your cancer battle too! You are helping us all wake up even more and learn more about what we must really do to dampen racism in all its forms.
    Make Rep.Lewis proud Dr.Kendi. Silence enables and we know you will not be silent . You are needed more than ever.

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