Credit and Photo, and report, from the LA Times Blog here:
In a new book, coincidentally titled “Race Course: Against White Supremacy,” the two South Side Chicago neighbors of Barack Obama’s argue that the United States was built on white supremacy and, despite the November election, “the edifice of white supremacy is firm and still in effect.”
The couple, now both university teachers (she, on the right in the photo on the left, is at Northwestern, he’s at the University of Illinois-Chicago), were notorious radicals in the 1960s and co-founders of the radical Weather Underground that promoted violent protest.
“I was on the 10 Most Wanted List,” Dohrn boasts, “and I didn’t get shot. If I was black, things might have been different.”