While Hannah is away on a secret mission, Marty, Nick and Tim (with a brand new, very powerful microphone) gather around to talk about Truth: Red, White and Black, the 2002 masterpiece from Marvel that explores the dark side of Captain America’s legacy.
In preparation for today’s talk, we did a little extra homework:
Here’s a quick summary of what we’ve learned from this particular book:
- The Red Summer
- Sir Francis Galton and the history of American Eugenics
- A reminder of the brutality of the Tuskegee Experiments
- The Red Ball Express
- June Jordan
- The Immigration Act of 1924
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