Race Unwrapped: When the compliment 'articulate' doesn't sound right
Sometimes when you’re paying a compliment, it doesn't sound like one on the receiving end. For example, calling a Black person “articulate” isn’t usually the praise you think it is. Steve Bien-Aimé, assistant professor of journalism at Northern Kentucky University, helps us unwrap how compliments like "articulate" and
well-spoken" can sometimes sound just a bit shady.
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