James Baldwin

NOUN
  1. United States author who was an outspoken critic of racism (1924-1987)
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  • James Baldwin shrugged off a sore right shoulder to toss six strong innings for the White Sox. American League Baseball - White Sox vs. Mariners
  • The crisis that arises from our attempt to define clear boundaries, or what James Baldwin criticized as ‘our passion for categorization, life neatly fitted into pegs’, has at its core an onomastic crisis.
  • His other enthusiasms as a reader include John Steinbeck, James Baldwin and Somerset Maugham.
  • During a television exchange with Buckley, James Baldwin blamed the white owners of the black slums for their condition. r_urell: William F. Buckley: Father of Modern "Conservatism"
  • Your program could not include the unprogrammed, which is generally what happens during the engagement of human beings one with another, for, as James Baldwin wrote, "Any human touch can change you. undefined
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