Confronting Racist ObjectsBy Logan Jaffe December 9, 2016You can just tell that racist objects are out there, in dusty cardboard boxes in attics and garages, emanating waves of hate.[Comment at Unz.com]
Millions of racist objects sit in the homes of everyday Americans. We asked for your experiences with these objects and received hundreds of responses. Some of you told us about your family heirlooms. Some described antique finds, and many of you simply wanted to know what should be done with racist objects. What is their place today, when racial tensions and racial attacks are on the rise? Here are some of your stories about reconciling, reclaiming and reinterpreting racist objects.