Why did a Black artist spend an entire year making 75 Ku Klux Klan robes? It's a part of his mission to take power away from some of white supremacy's most infamous symbols. Artist and TEDFellow Paul Rucker hopes to show that the legacy of slavery is woven into our modern world — and that we can do something about it. "If we as a people collectively look at these objects and realize that they are part of our history, we can find a way to where they have no more power over us," he says. "If we look at systemic racism and acknowledge that it's sown into the very fabric of who we are as a country, then we can actually do something about the intentional segregation in our schools, neighborhoods and workplaces." Watch the full TED Talk at the link in our bio.
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TIL that Barry George, the man wrongly convicted of the murder of UK television presenter Jill Dando, was denied compensation as a victim of miscarriage of justice for the 8 years he spent in prison as a judge deemed that he was “not innocent enough to be compensated”.