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Today Michael Brooks joins us to discuss various topics recently in the notes, including the ongoing debate between Ta-Nehisi Coates and various figures on the left and identity issues vs. class issues in general.
Today D. Mills (http://twitter.com/mdmills79) and Mike (http://twitter.com/blackexception1) join me to discuss a Black immigrant conservative’s response to Ta-Nehisi Coate’s book Between the World and Me that appeared on the website Commentary and go onto a tangent about the cafe Summerhill that was opened by a tone-deaf gentrifier in Crown Heights.
An interview with Becca Brennan, owner of Summerhill, after the community board meeting, where she continues to be tone deaf: “https://theoutline.com/post/2197/a-conversation-with-brooklyn-s-most-controversial-restaurant-owner