DaShanne Stokes

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DaShanne Stokes is an accomplished sociologist and internationally recognized public intellectual and social justice advocate. A scholar of politics, race, and LGBT issues, he has been an invited college speaker and a sought-after political commentator and analyst featured on NPR, the BBC, MSN, Sky News, and other media. Through his work, Dr. Stokes has deepened our understanding of inequality, power, and politics and has advanced a bold and inclusive vision of social justice. Dr. Stokes's fresh and provocative thinking has delivered observable results and has been quoted globally by world leaders, celebrities, MacArthur fellows, in religious sermons, and hundreds of times around the world in books, scholarly journals, and major outlets lik ...more

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“Claiming no responsibility when you put guns into people's hands and they commit murder is like drug dealers claiming no responsibility for people dying from the drugs they sold them.”
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“You can't put guns in people's hands and then claim no responsibility when they murder people.”
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“Lies, misinformation, and conspiracy theories are not free speech. They are fraud and propaganda.”
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“Privilege is not knowing that you're hurting others and not listening when they tell you.”
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“You're not under attack when others gain rights and privileges you've always had.”
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“Prejudice is learned. What will you teach others through your actions and words?”
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“Privilege doesn't just insulate people from the consequences of their prejudice, it cuts them off from their humanity.”
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