I enjoyed this interview. I am a Howard University graduate who arrived in DC from South Carolina. Howard helped to color my world in that people were no longer just Black or White. I understand Miller's rationale that Black is universal because of the diversity of ethnicities/races that you encounter in DC. I did an exchange to UC Berkeley during my junior year and became familiar with Asian perspectives. That experience informed me that many subcultures in America have the same ideas, concerns, goals, etc. I'll continue to explore "the color of ideas" as I pursue international work/ministry.
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