Once we start taking offensive yet instructive language such as nigger out of literature, as is the case with Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," what's next? Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore peers unflinchingly into .
If you find this book offensive, don’t buy it or read it. There are plenty of books that none of us have an interest in reading for one reason or another. We don’t rewrite them. We simply choose not to read them.Erasing racial epithets doesn’t erase race or racism. Actually, not talking about the “hurtful epithets” perpetuates racism because we’re never allowed to make corrections.