Brian Stauffer | Silent Majority illustration
illustration for the New Yorker by Brian Stauffer about the Silent Majority, black activists in the 60s and 70s
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Silent Majority

illustration for the New Yorker "Silent Majority" piece by Brian Stauffer

illustration for the New Yorker “Silent Majority” piece by Brian Stauffer

In this week’s New Yorker, a piece about the “Silent Majority” and the suggestion that black activists seeking safer communities in the 60’s and 70’s enabled the carceral state that now victimizes them. There’s a lot of controversy around this topic and it is well worth the time to read.
Thanks to AD Chris Curry